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    MWh vs. MWhs

    Which is the proper symbol to use when referring to more than one megawatt-hour?

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    Re: MWh vs. MWhs

    Quote Originally Posted by chighers View Post
    Which is the proper symbol to use when referring to more than one megawatt-hour?
    Plurals of measures, such 8 kg, 256 MB, etc do not require an "s". They are invariable.

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    Re: MWh vs. MWhs

    Thank you very much, Raymont. The engineers in my office use Mhrs, MW-hrs and every other variation other than the correct symbol. I appreciate your taking the time to clarify this.

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