How to do a power audit

Hello, please i want to do a power audit but i do not know how to get my monthly power consumption in kw.please help me my parameters are: 1.current:peak 2200A,  2.Power factor:0.85,  3.my generator size is 1500kva,  4. voltage-three phase:415v.   5. voltage single phase:230v

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asked 8/19/2018
freedom2
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The following post will show you how to calculate the kW:

https://myelectrical.com/notes/entryid/8/three-phase-power-simple-calculations

answered 8/20/2018 Steven McFadyen 242
Steven McFadyen

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