Economy Energy

  Energy produced and substituted for the traditional but less economical source of energy. Economic energy is usually sold without capacity and is priced at variable costs plus administration costs.
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(Electricity utility)
  Electricity purchased by one utility from another to take the place of electricity that would have cost more to produce on the utility's own system.
  California Energy Comission. Dictionary of Energy Terms

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