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kWh to eV

Formula: Energy in Electronvolts (eV) = Energy in Kilowatt-hours (kWh) x 2.247e+25

Kilowatt-hour :

Electronvolt :


eV to kWh

Formula: Energy in Kilowatt-hours (kWh) = Energy in Electronvolts (eV) ÷ 2.247e+25

Electronvolt :

Kilowatt-hour :


Energy Converters to Kilowatt-hour

Kilowatt-hour to JouleKilowatt-hour to KilojouleKilowatt-hour to Gram Calorie
Kilowatt-hour to KilocalorieKilowatt-hour to Watt hourKilowatt-hour to Electronvolt
Kilowatt-hour to British thermal unitKilowatt-hour to US ThermKilowatt-hour to Foot-pound

Energy Converters to Electronvolt

Electronvolt to JouleElectronvolt to KilojouleElectronvolt to Gram Calorie
Electronvolt to KilocalorieElectronvolt to Watt hourElectronvolt to Kilowatt-hour
Electronvolt to British thermal unitElectronvolt to US ThermElectronvolt to Foot-pound

Conversion Factors

  • Kilowatt-hour to Electronvolt : 1 kilowatt-hour (kWh) = 2.247e+25 electronvolts (eV)
  • Electronvolt to Kilowatt-hour : 1 electronvolt (eV) = 1 / 2.247e+25 kilowatt-hours (kWh)

How to Convert Kilowatt-hour to Electronvolt

To convert kilowatt-hours to electronvolts, multiply the number of kilowatt-hours by 2.247e+25.



Convert 5 kilowatt-hours to electronvolts.

Electronvolts=5×2.247e+25=1.1235e+26 eV

How to Convert Electronvolt to Kilowatt-hour

To convert electronvolts to kilowatt-hours, divide the number of electronvolts by 2.247e+25.



Convert 4e+26 electronvolts to kilowatt-hours.

Kilowatt-hours=4e+26/2.247e+25=17.8 kWh

Kilowatt-hour to Electronvolt Conversion Table

Kilowatt-hour (kWh)Electronvolt (eV)
1 kWh2.247e+25 eV
2 kWh4.494e+25 eV
3 kWh6.741e+25 eV
4 kWh8.988e+25 eV
5 kWh1.1235e+26 eV
6 kWh1.3482e+26 eV
7 kWh1.5729e+26 eV
8 kWh1.7976e+26 eV
9 kWh2.0223e+26 eV
10 kWh2.247e+26 eV
20 kWh4.494e+26 eV
30 kWh6.741e+26 eV
40 kWh8.988e+26 eV
50 kWh1.1235e+27 eV
60 kWh1.3482e+27 eV
70 kWh1.5729e+27 eV
80 kWh1.7976e+27 eV
90 kWh2.0223e+27 eV
100 kWh2.247e+27 eV

kWh to eV Conversion Chart

Electronvolt to Kilowatt-hour Conversion Table

Electronvolt (eV)Kilowatt-hour (kWh)
1 eV4.4505e-26 kWh
2 eV8.9010e-26 kWh
3 eV1.3352e-25 kWh
4 eV1.7802e-25 kWh
5 eV2.2253e-25 kWh
6 eV2.6703e-25 kWh
7 eV3.1153e-25 kWh
8 eV3.5604e-25 kWh
9 eV4.0054e-25 kWh
10 eV4.4505e-25 kWh
20 eV8.9010e-25 kWh
30 eV1.3352e-24 kWh
40 eV1.7802e-24 kWh
50 eV2.2253e-24 kWh
60 eV2.6703e-24 kWh
70 eV3.1153e-24 kWh
80 eV3.5604e-24 kWh
90 eV4.0054e-24 kWh
100 eV4.4505e-24 kWh

eV to kWh Conversion Chart

Difference Between Kilowatt-hour to Electronvolt

AspectKilowatt-hour (kWh)Electronvolt (eV)
DefinitionA kilowatt-hour is a unit of energy equal to one kilowatt of power used for one hour.An electronvolt is the amount of kinetic energy gained or lost by an electron when it is accelerated through an electric potential difference of one volt.
UsageCommonly used to measure electrical energy consumption by households and businesses.Commonly used in physics, particularly in atomic and particle physics, to measure energy at the atomic and subatomic levels.
Magnitude1 kWh is a large unit of energy, often used for practical energy consumption measurements.1 eV is a very small unit of energy, suitable for measurements in microscopic and atomic scales.
Conversion Factor1 kWh = 2.247e+25 eV1 eV = 4.4505e-26 kWh
Measurement ScaleSuitable for macroscopic energy measurements, such as electricity usage.Suitable for microscopic energy measurements, such as particle interactions.
Relevance in Daily LifeWidely relevant in daily life for calculating electricity bills and energy consumption.Primarily relevant in scientific research and experiments, especially in fields like particle physics and chemistry.
CalculationEasy to calculate for daily energy usage with common appliances and electric devices.Used for precise calculations in experiments involving atomic particles and subatomic phenomena.
UnitsLarger unit, practical for everyday energy consumption.Smaller unit, practical for scientific measurements at atomic scales.

1. Solved Examples on Converting Kilowatt-hour to Electronvolt

Example 1

Convert 1 kilowatt-hour to electronvolts:

Electronvolts=1 kWh×2.247e+25 eV/kWh

Electronvolts=2.247e+25 eV

Example 2

Convert 3 kilowatt-hours to electronvolts:

Electronvolts=3 kWh×2.247e+25 eV/kWh

Electronvolts=6.741e+25 eV

Example 3

Convert 5 kilowatt-hours to electronvolts:

Electronvolts=5 kWh×2.247e+25 eV/kWh

Electronvolts=1.1235e+26 eV

Example 4

Convert 7 kilowatt-hours to electronvolts:

Electronvolts=7 kWh×2.247e+25 eV

Electronvolts=1.573e+26 eV

Example 5

Convert 10 kilowatt-hours to electronvolts:

Electronvolts=10 kWh×2.247e+25 eV

Electronvolts=2.247e+26 eV

2. Solved Examples on Converting Electronvolt to Kilowatt-hour

Example 1

Convert 1 electronvolt to kilowatt-hours:

Kilowatt-hours=1 eV/2.247e+25 eV/kWh

Kilowatt-hours=4.4505e−26 kWh

Example 2

Convert 5 electronvolts to kilowatt-hours:

Kilowatt-hours=5 eV/2.247e+25 eV/kWh

Kilowatt-hours=2.2253e−25 kWh

Example 3

Convert 10 electronvolts to kilowatt-hours:

Kilowatt-hours=10 eV/2.247e+25 eV/kWh

Kilowatt-hours=4.4505e−25 kWh

Example 4

Convert 20 electronvolts to kilowatt-hours:

Kilowatt-hours=20 eV/2.247e+25 eV/kWh

Kilowatt-hours=8.9010e−25 kWh

Example 5

Convert 50 electronvolts to kilowatt-hours:

Kilowatt-hours=50 eV/2.247e+25 eV/kWh

Kilowatt-hours=2.2253e−24 kWh

Why is the conversion factor so large?

The conversion factor is large because the kilowatt-hour is a macroscopic unit of energy suitable for everyday energy consumption, while the electronvolt is a microscopic unit of energy suitable for atomic and subatomic measurements. The vast difference in their magnitudes results in a large conversion factor.

What are the practical applications of converting kWh to eV?

Converting kWh to eV is mostly relevant in scientific research, especially in fields like particle physics and chemistry, where understanding energy on both macroscopic and microscopic scales is important.

Is there a simple tool to convert kilowatt-hours to electronvolts?

Yes, there are many online conversion tools and calculators that can convert kilowatt-hours to electronvolts and vice versa. Simply input the value in kilowatt-hours, and the tool will give you the equivalent in electronvolts.

Are kilowatt-hours and electronvolts used interchangeably?

No, kilowatt-hours and electronvolts are not used interchangeably because they measure energy on vastly different scales. Kilowatt-hours are used for everyday energy consumption, while electronvolts are used in atomic and particle physics.

How precise do my measurements need to be when converting kWh to eV?

The precision of your measurements depends on your specific needs. In scientific research, high precision is often required, whereas for general understanding, a rough estimate might be sufficient.