How Many Kilowatts Does a House Use?


How many kilowatts a house will use, will depend on how big the house is and how much electricity is being used. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, an average household uses about 920 kilowatt hours each month. The state of Tennessee consumes the highest while the state of Maine consumes the lowest.
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The average home uses 936 kilowatt hours a month, which equals of 11, 232 per year. In some states, more kilowatts are used based on the size of the house and the average price per kilowatt.
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