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How did you go from 2,079,720,000 KWHrs to 24.07 MW of electricity, 24/7?

My calculator and Google (search for "2079720000 kWh per 24 hours to MW") says it's more than 86,000 MW (so ~86 GW).

edit: corrected units from TW to GW, as pointed out by philipkglass




86 GW, not 86 TW. 86 TW would be several times world primary energy consumption.


You're right, thanks! It was an unfortunate typo.




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