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This question comes about through a query from my mother.
Her church has been closed, rightly so, for the past 6 weeks. She pops in for cleaning etc. She has noticed that the electric meter has gone up roughly 12 units each week.
Without taking a special trip over, I’ve tried asking her what might still be plugged in... they have a projector, laptop etc...
Finally discovered 2 emergency lights above the doors.
So 12 units, 12 kWh... 12,000/168 hours gives 71W so approx. 35W per fitting?
Sounds about right?
 
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