A kilowatt is simply 1000 watts of electricity.
A watt of electricity is a measure of power.
Power in turn is a function of the voltage of a circuit multiplied by the current.
Power= Current (Amps) x Voltage
P= I x V
A kilowatt hour is a measure of total energy and it refers to the amount of energy over a period of time:
1 kilowatt hour is equivalent to 1000 watts of power being used or generated for one hour.
So if you were generating 100 watts for 10 hours you would generate 1 kWh.
If you were generating 10000 watts for 6 minutes continually then you would generate.
Kilowatt hours is the standard unit in which power is bought and sold to consumers.
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