How Much Electricity Does a Ceiling Fan Use?

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A ceiling fan uses about 55 watts of electricity on average if it is running at a high speed. The amount of power used however depends on the size of the fan's mortar, and the speed at which the fan is running.
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On average a ceiling fan uses about 0.5 kilowatts per hour. You can buy the energy saver ones or not use it on high and it can be less.
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