### Gigawatt to Watt Conversion

##### Gigawatt to Watt - Power - Conversion

##### You are currently converting Power units from Gigawatt to Watt

1 Gigawatt (GW)

=

1000000000 Watt (W)

**Gigawatt : **
The gigawatt is a unit of power which is a multiple of the unit watt. It is equal to one billion watts, or 106 kilowatt. The unit symbol for gigawatt is GW; it is often used for large power plants or power grids.

**Watt : **
The watt is a unit for power, is one of SI Units. Its name is in honor of the Scottish engineer James Watt, the eighteenth-century developer of the steam engine. The unit symbol for watt is W, defined as one joule per second, measures the rate of energy conversion or transfer.

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