- Energy and power
- Therms are mainly used to measure the energy of natural gas. The US therm is used only in the US
One Therm (US) = 100,000 BTU59°F = 105,480,400 joules = 29.3001111 kWh.
- One therm is roughly the energy output of burning 100 cubic feet of natural gas.
The Therm is used by energy suppliers to measure the energy of natural gas supplies.