Asked by: Idir Makhlinskyasked in category: General Last Updated: 1st May, 2020
What is the average energy consumption per person?
Subsequently, one may also ask, how much energy does the average person need per day?
The average human at rest generates around 100 watts daily, requiring around 2000 calories, the recommended amount by most doctors and nutritionists.
One may also ask, what is the average energy consumption per person globally? The world average per capita consumption of primary energy in 2017 was about 77 million Btu.
Simply so, how do you calculate energy consumption per person?
Average power per capita was calculated according to the formula: Electric energy per capita [ in watt-hour ] = Total population electricity consumption [ in kW·h/yr ] * 1,000 /population.
How much electricity should I be using per month?
If you are a perfectly average American living in a perfectly average household, your monthly electricity bill will read 911 kilowatt hours (kWh), which costs $114. But most of us don't live in perfectly average households. (The state that comes closest to matching the average monthly electricity usage is Ohio).