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To be able to convert a unit into another, the two units must be compatible, ie they must represent the same physical quantity. The unit kWh reads kilowatt hour and is a unit of of energy. The liter, on the other hand is a unit of volume or capacity (dry measures). What is the link between the two: none. So you cannot convert energy into volume.
If the content of the volume is some kind of fuel that somehow generates energy and you want to know how much energy this volume of that particular fuel can deliver then there is not enough information to attempt a solution.
Sorry.

Posted on May 31, 2011

  • kderadi May 31, 2011

    thank you. You are right, I forgot to let you know that indeed the liter is fuel to heat. the kWh are the energy solar panel brought up. I would like to know how much we have saved on fuel .

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