2 Terawatt Hours of electricity, or enough electricity to make 50 billion cups of tea since August.
What does TWh stand for?
TWh stands for TeraWatt Hour(s)
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The Tan 8 wind turbine target (seemingly plucked out of thin air by WG) of 4 Terawatt hours means that the UK Government merely rubber-stamps projects within the Tan 8 boundaries.
According to Eo FM In the Middle East Market Intelligence Report 1 Eo 2011Eo conducted by ispy publishing, up to 630,000 terawatt hours of solar energy remain unused in the deserts of the Mena region, representing a huge potential to address energy challenges being faced by different countries.
Last year wind generated more than 10 terawatt hours (TWh) of electricity for the first time in a single year, according to latest figures from the Department of Energy and Climate Change - a 7.
The report forecasts an increase in regional generation to 1,518 terawatt hours by 2015, indicating a rise of almost 25 per cent from 2010 to 2015.
The report estimates that approximately 1,488 terawatt hours will be saved or the equivalent of $120 billion at today's energy prices.
Energy consumed by information and communications technologies as well as consumer electronics is forecasted to double by 2022 and increase to 1,700 terawatt hours by 2030, the IEA found <a href="http://www.
The Commission said these measures should 'cut the EU's electricity consumption by 51 terawatt hours by 2020 .