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 How much energy does a car engine put out?

Answer One horsepower equals 746 watts. The easiest way to calculate the output of a car engine is to multiply the horsepower by 746. For example, a 200-horsepower engine would put out 149,200 watts.Sourc... Read More »
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How much energy do you save annually with energy star products?

The Energy Star program website reports that in 2009 Energy Star products saved energy equivalent to the emissions from 30 million cars. In monetary terms Energy Star products saved Americans aroun... Read More »
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How much energy does a gas fireplace use?

The average gas fireplace pilot uses about 21 ft3 (0.6 m3) of gas each day. Based on a natural gas fuel rate of $0.3292 per m3, a 20,000 BTU gas fireplace will cost $19 for every 100 hours of of op... Read More »
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How much energy does a refrigerator use in a day?

In the U.S., daily energy consumption for refrigerators varies by type and size. Averages range from 1.24 kilowatt hours (kWh) per day to 1.66 kWh. The average annual operating cost ranges from $49... Read More »
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How much energy does a refrigerator use?

Typical wattage for a 19-cubic-foot, frost-free refrigerator is 121. If such a machine is plugged in at all times, it will use about 121 kWh of electricity per month.Source:Public Service of New H... Read More »
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