en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watt

In the **electric power** industry, megawatt **electrical** ... is made between the **watt**
and the volt-ampere.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_power

**Electric power** is the rate, per unit time, at which **electrical** energy is transferred by
an **electric** circuit. The SI unit of **power** is the **watt**, one joule per second.

www.rapidtables.com/electric/watt.htm

**Watt** is the unit of **electric power**. One **watt** is defined as energy consumption rate
of one joule per second.

www.buildinggreen.com/news-article/what-watt-anyway-understanding-energy-and-power-metrics

Apr 20, 2011 **...** It's easy to get confused about the difference between energy and **power**,
between **watts** and **watt**-hours. But if you can master inches and ...

owlcation.com/stem/Watt-are-Amps-and-Volts

May 2, 2016 **...** Everything you need to know about **electrical power** (**Watts**), current (Amps) and
voltage (Volts) and how to understand the basics of **electricity**.

www.ucsusa.org/clean_energy/our-energy-choices/how-is-electricity-measured.html

**Watts** are a measurement of **power**, describing the rate at which **electricity** is
being used at a specific moment. For example, a 15-**watt** LED light bulb draws 15
...

science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/energy/question501.htm

Amps, volts, **watts**, and ohms are the main units used for measuring **electricity**.
Find out how amps, **watts**, volts, and ohms relate to **electricity**.

cei.washington.edu/educationspace/energybasics4_watt.pdf

A **watt** is a unit of **power**. A **watt** (W) is a joule (J) of energy used or produced per
second. In 2010, the average US **power** use was 3.3 terawatts, ...

www2.enphase.com/myenlighten-help/tip/what-is-the-difference-between-a-watt-and-a-watt-hour

Knowing the difference between a **watt** (W) and a **watt**-hour (Wh) helps you
understand the impact of your home energy use on your **electric** bill. You can
also ...