Gigawatt (GW) a Power Measurement Unit and Conversion Chart

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Q: What is a Gigawatt ?

Gigawatt is non-SI multiple of the power unit watt.

Q: How much is 1 Gigawatt ?

It is 1.00E+09 times watt.

Symbol : GW

So 1 gigawatt = 1.00E+09 watt.

Example : 870 gigawatt = 1.00E+09 X 870 watts.

Or we can say, 870GW = 870000000000 W.


Convert gigawatt to other power measurement units


Gigawatt Conversion Table & Chart

Use this gigawatt chart to compare 1 gigawatt with other power measurement units.

1.0E+27 attowatt100000000000 centiwatt
100000000 decawatt10000000000 deciwatt
1.0E-9 exawatt1.0E+24 femtowatt
1 gigawatt10000000 hectowatt
1000000000 watt1000000 kilowatt
1000 megawatt1.0E+15 microwatt
1000000000000 milliwatt1.0E+18 nanowatt
1.0E-6 petawatt1.0E+21 picowatt
0.001 terawatt1.0E+33 yoctowatt
1.0E-15 yottawatt1.0E+30 zeptowatt
1.0E-12 zettawatt