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Mar 31, 2006 · Then as everyone knows (or knows how to use Google Calculator knows) 1 kcal = 1.16222222 watt hour. So our 4,000 kcals of sugar = 4.65 kWh. That means the 11% efficient solar panel generates 200/4.65 = 50 times more usable energy a year than the sugar cane does.
Jan 23, 2007 · 1 calorie = 0.00396566683 BTU. 1 calorie = 1.16222222 × 10^-6 kilowatt hours So that's 3182 BTU, which seems ... low, more on that later. In order to accomplish that in an hour, one needs 0.93 kilowatt hours, so in order to finish in 15 minutes, one needs to apply 4 times as much energy per unit of time, so that'd be almost 4 kWh!
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