capital cost

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: cost - the opportunity cost of the funds employed as the result of an investment decision; the rate of return that a business could earn if it chose another investment with equivalent risk
opportunity cost - cost in terms of foregoing alternatives
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The largest capital cost component is the turbine itself which can account for between 40% and 80% of the total capital cost of an onshore wind installation.
Contract Awarded to recover over USD$2,100,000 in capital cost expenditures
A "capital cost map" summarising typical $-denominated capital costs today for a notional BOF flat product plant, for a notional EAF long product steel works and for a range of ancillary plant is included in the report.
This would cover pay-and- display running costs and pay back the capital cost of introducing the new system within a year.
Suppliers such as Metso are working to bring the capital cost per ton of smaller installations closer to that of higher capacity, more cost-effective machines.
50-millisecond mesh network restoration demonstrates the fruit of our efforts to introduce GMPLS networking standards into our future network, and reduces the capital cost of growing and integrating our optical networks," said Dr.
Capital cost per daily barrel in Iraq is the lowest in the world, due to the existence of infrastructure, spare production capacity and proximity to storage and transportation facilities.
On November 25, 1997, Tax Executives Institute filed comments with the Department of Finance proposing a legislative change in respect of the treatment of capital cost allowances (CCA) for leasehold improvements (Class 13 assets).
For instance, the capital cost of extra plumbing outweighed the advantage of rain-water flushed lavatories and at one stage the glasshouse foyer was in danger of being deleted.
For thinner preforms, the cycle-time benefit won't justify the added capital cost.
The second reason is the fact that we have continued to subsidize hospitals to maintain or increase capital intensity using capital cost passthroughs.

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