›› Convert gigacalorie [15 C] to megawatt hour


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How many gigacalorie in 1 megawatt-hour? The answer is 0.86005064742702.
We assume you are converting between gigacalorie [15 C] and megawatt hour.
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The SI derived unit for energy is the joule.
1 joule is equal to 2.3890295761862E-10 gigacalorie, or 2.7777777777778E-10 megawatt-hour.
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1 gigacalorie to megawatt-hour = 1.16272 megawatt-hour

5 gigacalorie to megawatt-hour = 5.81361 megawatt-hour

10 gigacalorie to megawatt-hour = 11.62722 megawatt-hour

15 gigacalorie to megawatt-hour = 17.44083 megawatt-hour

20 gigacalorie to megawatt-hour = 23.25444 megawatt-hour

25 gigacalorie to megawatt-hour = 29.06806 megawatt-hour

30 gigacalorie to megawatt-hour = 34.88167 megawatt-hour

40 gigacalorie to megawatt-hour = 46.50889 megawatt-hour

50 gigacalorie to megawatt-hour = 58.13611 megawatt-hour

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