Enter the total watts (W), the total time (hr), and the cost per watt-hour ($/WH) into the Watt to Cost Calculator. The calculator will evaluate and display the Watt to Cost.

## Watt to Cost Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the Watt to Cost.

**WTC = W * T * CPW**

- Where WTC is the Watt to Cost ($)
- W is the total watts (W)
- T is the total time (hr)
- CPW is the cost per watt-hour ($/WH)

## How to Calculate Watt to Cost?

The following example problems outline how to calculate Watt to Cost.

**Example Problem #1**

- First, determine the total watts (W). The total watts (W) is given as 5000 .
- Next, determine the total time (hr). The total time (hr) is calculated as 3 .
- Next, determine the cost per watt-hour ($/WH). The cost per watt-hour ($/WH) is found to be .25.
- Finally, calculate the Watt to Cost using the formula above:

WTC = W * T * CPW

Inserting the values from above yields:

WTC = 5000 * 3 * .25 = 3,750.00 ($)

**Example Problem #2**

The variables needed for this problem are provided below:

total watts (W) = 7000

total time (hr) = 8

cost per watt-hour ($/WH) = .10

Entering these values and solving gives:

WTC = 7000 * 8 * .10 = 5,600.00** **($)