Annual energy output of a 1 GW nuclear plant

If the sun sent the earth an energy bill for July, it would be for 16,790,000,000,000,000 kilowatt hours. A standard 1 gigawatt nuclear plant produces approximately 8 million megawatt hours, or 8 billion kilowatt hours, each year. Basically, in a single month, the sun produces the same amount of energy generated by 24 million nuclear power plants.


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