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  • The recent B.C. Hydro report noted that clean energy is generally more expensive than other forms of energy and highlighted other potential pitfalls, such as Ontario's experience of being locked into long-term fixed-price contracts with independent power producers and being forced to sell excess power at a loss.

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  • Please refer to fixed-price gas contracts later in this news release.

  • The dorms (with six, eight or 12 beds) are as plain as the rest of the building is dazzling, but are comfortable enough, and a fixed-price lunch is served downstairs (breakfast is included).

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  • NASA has established fixed-price, performance-based milestones in its agreements with commercial partners and partners are only paid once the milestone has been successfully completed.

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  • How many domestic COTS-D fixed-price milestone-paid human spaceflight ventures could be awarded over the next couple of years for $40 billion?

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  • The group is building the station on a fixed-price basis, so it will have to absorb the expense if costs go above £500 million.

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  • Mr. Musk reiterated SpaceX pledges to comply with fixed-price contracts if it wins the competition to take astronauts into orbit.

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  • The majority of procurement contracts are fixed-price, not cost-plus.

    Defense Procurement Silver Lining May Be an Illusion

  • In the coming months, prices negotiated in the cash market and for long-term, fixed-price contracts with marketers could play a larger role in determining the average price companies receive for gas.

    Natural-Gas Producers Lose Profit Protection

  • Moreover, he fails to note that, just last week, Pratt & Whitney signed a fixed-price contract providing an additional 15% cost savings on the next batch of engines.

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