In the U.S., the average household uses about 10,000 kWh yearly, according to the Organization of American States’ Office for Sustainable Development.
The Energy Information Administration says that on average a household used 936 kilowatthours (kWh). So divide this by 30 and you get 31.2 kWh of energy per day. And remember, this is just home use—the goods we buy and the buildings we go to may require more.
Our figures seem to match — 10000 divided by 365 gives you 27.379 kWh which isn’t far from 31.2 — I’d say the normal range is between 15 kWh and 45 kWh.
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