**One watt**of power converted to

**joule**per second equals to 1.00 J/s.

**How many joules**per second of power are in

**1 watt**? The answer is: The change of

**1**W (

**watt**) unit of power measure equals = to 1.00 J/s (

**joule**per second ) as the equivalent measure for the same power type.

Accordingly, what is 1 joule of electrical energy?

The unit of energy is the "Joule" - a Watt is just a flow of one Joule per second. The other popular unit of

**power**is the "horsepower". The conversion is that one horsepower = 756 Watts. A 100-HP car would be able to turn a 75,600 - Watt electrical generator, or 75.6 kilowatts.Are watts and joules the same thing?

A

**Joule**is Energy. A**Joule**is a**Watt**X Seconds.**Watts**are units of Power, whereas**Joules**are units of Energy. So One**Watt**of Power is equal to one**Joule**per second.Is Watts the same as Joules per second?

The

**watt**(symbol: W) is a unit of power. In the International System of Units (SI) it is defined as a derived unit of 1**joule per second**, and is used to quantify the rate of energy transfer.