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true ...but they need to be the correct ones in the first place...
Agreed - kWh or MWh makes more sense than Joules in this article given that is what utility company bills in (also could tell you billed around 0.12 per KWh but not how much per MJ without dividing by 3.6). My point was that paragraph 1 of section 1 and paragraph 1 of section 2, both use MW, kW and Watt instead of MWh, kWh and WattHour respectively, which is clearly wrong/typo. Just included Joules to highlight point you are talking energy in those paragraphs and yet are using units of power. Mind you probs preaching to the converted, given you are an electrical engineer.
I want to second that comment. Loved the article except for the use of MW instead of MWh or GJ or 10^x J . May sound petty but really annoys me when people use units of power instead of units of energy!
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