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In the US houses normally use 120 VAC 60 cycle with some appliances running on 240 VAC 60 cycle.
Other countries use various types, but the most common is in EU nations that use 50 cycle.
A non-energy efficient house usually runs 5kwh energy consumption, and energy efficient houses can get down to 1.5-2kwh.
The single phase voltage in india is 230v.In North America 120/240 is the main voltages used.In the USA it is usually 120/208 or 120/240 volts.In Europe it's 220 volts
by Nithya Venkat6 years ago
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Which is more energy efficient for heating baby bottles: turning on the hot water and waiting...for it to get hot, or micorowaving a cup of water to plunge the bottle into?
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What Is The Most Energy Efficient Electric Stove Or Range On The Market Today?
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