# How many KW is a mile?

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## How many KW is a mile?

The average electric car kWh per 100 miles (kWh/100 mi) is 34.6. This works out as 0.346kWh per mile. In other words, on average, electric cars consume 34.6kWh to travel 100 miles and 0.346kWh to travel 1 mile.

### How is EV efficiency calculated?

EVs can get 100 MPGe with ease. The miles per gallon formula works like this: miles driven divided by gallons used = mpg.

**How many km are in a kWh?**

An average electric car consumes approximately 0,20 kWh/km. On favourable weather conditions the consumption can be even 0,15 kWh or less, but year-around average in most countries is closer to 0,2 kilowatthours.

**How far does 1 kWh get you in an electric car?**

about 4 miles

How many miles does an EV travel per kW? Since we know that an EV uses around 0.25kW per mile, based on an average 54kWh battery and an average vehicle range of 211 miles, we can conclude that an electric car will travel about 4 miles per 1 kWh used, in the perfect driving conditions.

## Is 4 miles per kWh good?

What’s a high number and what’s a low number? The highest efficiency electric cars today achieve 4 miles per kWh or above. For example, both the Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus and the Fiat 500e enjoy excellent battery efficiencies. A very low efficiency figure would be 2 miles per kWh.

### What is EV efficiency?

EVs have several advantages over conventional vehicles: Energy efficient. EVs convert over 77% of the electrical energy from the grid to power at the wheels. Conventional gasoline vehicles only convert about 12%–30% of the energy stored in gasoline to power at the wheels.

**How is EV range calculated?**

A technician determines the vehicle’s energy consumption by dividing the kilowatt-hours of energy needed to replenish the battery by the number of miles driven. The latter is also used to determine an EV’s estimated operating range on a charge.

**How many kWh is 40 miles?**

Mile Per Kilowatt-hour to Kilowatt-hour Per 100 Miles Conversion Table

Miles Per Kilowatt-hour | Kilowatt-hours Per 100 Miles |
---|---|

37 mi/kWh | 2.7027 kWh/100mi |

38 mi/kWh | 2.6316 kWh/100mi |

39 mi/kWh | 2.5641 kWh/100mi |

40 mi/kWh | 2.5 kWh/100mi |

## How far will a Tesla go on 1 kWh?

Tesla Model 3, Long Range: 4.54 miles per kWh. Hyundai Ioniq Electric: 4.19 miles per kWh. BMW i3: 4.16 miles per kWh. Mini Electric: 4.10 miles per kWh.

### How far does a Tesla go on one kilowatt-hour?

Teslas use a remarkably small amount of electricity given the amount of mechanical work they do and the distance they can travel. An average Tesla uses 34 kWh of electricity per 100 miles. This equates to about 34,000 kWh per 100,000 miles, or between 102,000 kWh to 170,000 kWh for the lifespan of the vehicle.

**How far can a Tesla go on 1 kWh?**

Since we know that an EV uses around 0.25kW per mile, based on an average 54kWh battery and an average vehicle range of 211 miles, we can conclude that an electric car will travel about 4 miles per 1 kWh used, in the perfect driving conditions.

**Why is EV more efficient?**

An EV directly converts electricity into movement. This makes it far more efficient than a conventional car, which has to burn fuel (creating heat) and then convert that heat into motion.

## What is EV range?

An electric vehicle’s range refers to the number of miles an EV can travel on a fully charged battery, or a single charge. While an automaker may advertise—and the EPA will confirm—a certain range for a vehicle, that number represents an ideal or theoretical distance it will travel on a charge.

### How do you calculate electric meter?

Calculating your bill

- Current meter reading – Meter reading reported from last month’s bill = Total kWh used since last reading.
- Total kWh used since last reading x Charge per kWh = Total energy charge.
- Total energy charge + Fixed monthly fees = Final bill.