An average American household uses 903 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity each month. That’s enough to power your household appliances and electronics, but what else can you do with 903 kWh? Here are some unusual ideas:
You could use it to run your standard conventional oven on cleaning mode for the entire month. Or, converting kWh into food calories, it would be the equivalent of eating a stick of butter every 41 minutes. For the whole month.