the reduced capital cost
of the PSC option per casting over the life of the job;
The top 5 percent of hospitals had capital costs
greater than $1,102, which is 27 percent of the mean operating cost but only 16 percent of the 95th percentile operating cost ($6,890).
The low capital cost
of the GE electrolyzer would make it competitive with other hydrogen production methods such as natural gas reforming.
Assuming that the space can be upgraded to the existing tenant's requirements at a lower cost than would be required for a new tenant's build-out, and that the tenant can forego some or all of the rent abatement period, the market rent can be adjusted to reflect the landlord's savings in these capital costs
if, for example, the market rent includes a $30 per-square-foot contribution toward construction and the tenant requires only $12 per square foot in renovations, the landlord's outlay is reduced by $18 per square foot.
That "saved" energy is then sold to other customers at a rate that offsets the capital costs
of the project.
This month's distribution increased from the prior month due primarily to increased gas production, and lower capital costs
The agency directly benefits from its high water quality, which significantly limits its ongoing and capital costs
related to purification systems.
0% on approximately 80% of the capital costs
is not included in the current or previous capital cost
estimates as it is expected to be exonerated and/or recovered pursuant to Venezuelan tax regulations.
This month's distribution decreased from the prior month due primarily to lower gas pricing, a decrease in gas production, and significantly increased capital costs
THE AMOUNT OF THE ACCRETION TO HPT'S CASH FLOW WHICH HPT MAY REALIZE FROM THIS INVESTMENT WILL DEPEND UPON A NUMBER OF FACTORS, INCLUDING THE FUTURE FINANCIAL OPERATING RESULTS REALIZED AT THIS HOTEL BY IHG'S MANAGEMENT, HPT'S FUTURE CAPITAL COSTS
INCURRED TO FUND THIS TRANSACTION AND OTHERS.
The governor has since proposed an alternative plan, funded by the state's gross receipts tax, which would reduce but likely not eliminate future capital costs
supported by lottery bonds.
the company anticipates incurring significant capital costs
to lease some of its vacant space and renew existing or expiring leases.