**Watt**is the unit of power whereas

**kilowatt**-hour (

**kWh**) is the unit of energy.

**Watt**indicates the rate of using energy in J/s. You can compare this to how fast water is flowing out of a water pipe. If you have a Light bulb that has a rating of 100

**watt**, it means that the light bulb consumes 100 J per second.

Herein, what is an electrical Watt?

The

**watt**(abbreviated W) is the International System of Units' (SI) standard unit of power (energy per unit time), the equivalent of one jouleper second. The**watt**is used to specify the rate at which**electrical**energy isdissipated, or the rate at which electromagnetic energy is radiated, absorbed, or dissipated.What is one watt?

**Watt**is the unit of power (symbol: W). The

**watt**unit is named after James

**Watt**, the inventor of the steam engine.

**One watt**is defined as the energy consumption rate of

**one**joule per second. 1W = 1J / 1s.

**One watt**is also defined as the current flow of

**one**ampere with voltage of

**one**volt.

What is power watts in electricity?

**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.

**Electric power**is usually produced by

**electric**generators, but can also be supplied by sources such as

**electric**batteries.