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Dc

On a bond transaction table, an abbreviation indicating that a bond was issued at a deep discount.

dc

Used in bond transaction tables in newspapers to indentify a bond as a deep-discount bond: WMX dc2s05.
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As the IT industry expands, the energy used for cooling and power supply has continued to rise, increasing costs for customers while at the same time creating technological, environmental and security problems.
In a restructuring similar to that of the long-distance phone industry, consumers for the first time had more than one choice about from whom they bought their power and how it was generated.
As the sun enters another three-year period of intense activity, known as Solar Max, power companies are preparing for major disruptions, and they are urging large power users to do the same.
The factory environment itself is also just as likely to create internal power surges and sags, as electric motors and other heavy equipment place momentary draws or surges through a facility's power system.
High-quality clean power is power that is free from outages, sags and surges, and voltage impulse activity.