COST-OF-CAPITAL METHOD

cost-of-capital method. A means of measuring a utility's cost of acquiring debt and equity capital. • Regulatory commissions often use this method to determine a fair rate of return for the utility's investors. [Cases: Public Utilities 129. C.J.S. Public Utilities §§ 35, 38–41, 57.]
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