Cost functions for the electric power sector, Microeconomics

Cost Functions for the Electric Power Sector

Scale Economies in the Electric Power Industry

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Average Cost of Production in Electric Power Industry

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* Findings

- Decline in cost

  • Not because of economies of scale
  • Was caused by:

- Lower input cost  

- Improvements in technology 

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