## How do you convert British gas Units to kWh?

Used to convert gas units into kilowatt-hours (kWh). The formula is as follows: gas units used x correction factor (1.02264) x imperial to metric conversion factor (2.83) x calorific value (38.9) divided by kilowatt-hour conversion factor (3.6) = kWh in cubic feet.

**What is 1 unit of gas in kWh?**

1 unit of gas is equal to one kilowatt hour (kWh) of gas used. Its important to understand that your gas meter does not directly show how many units you are using, but instead measures the amount of gas used by volume in Cubic Meters (m3) or Cubic Feet (ft3), depending on the type of meter that you have.

### How do you convert gas kWh to m3?

You simply input cubic meters (m3) and the calculator will dynamically convert m3 into kWh. Example: 10 m3 of natural gas can produce 105.50 kWh of electricity….m3 Natural Gas To kWh Calculated Table.

m3 Of Natural Gas: | Killowatt-Hours (kWh): |
---|---|

500 m3 gas | 5,275 kWh |

750 m3 gas | 7,912.50 kWh |

1,000 m3 gas | 10,550 kWh |

**Is m3 imperial or metric?**

As briefly touched on above, gas usage is generally measured in either cubic meters (m3) or cubic feet (ft3) depending on the type of meter that is measuring the usage. Generally, the older-type imperial gas meters measure in cubic feet and the newer digital metric meters measure usage in cubic meters.

#### Is my meter imperial or metric?

Check what type of meter you have. If it is an old imperial meter, measuring gas in cubic feet, it will probably have the words ‘cubic feet’, or the letters ‘Ft’ shown somewhere on the front. If it is a newer metric meter, it will probably say it measures gas in ‘cubic meters’, or will have the letter ‘M’ on the front.

**Is my gas meter metric or imperial?**

Digital Metric or Imperial Gas Meter If your meter only has 4 numbers to the left of any numbers in red then your meter is an older imperial-type meter. If your meter has 5 numbers to the left of a decimal point or space then you have a newer-style metric meter.

## How do I calculate my gas meter reading UK?

How to work it out

- Take away your last reading from your current reading. This is how many units you’ve used.
- If you’ve got a metric meter (m3), you can ignore this step.
- Multiply this number by the calorific value.
- Multiply this number by 1.02264.
- Divide this number by 3.6.
- Multiply this number by the price-per-kWh.

**How do I know if my gas meter is metric?**