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Competitive transition charge The term 'Competitive transition charge' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' A non-bypassable charge levied on each customer of the distribution utility, including those who are served under contracts with nonutility suppliers, for recovery of the utility's stranded costs that develop because of competition'.
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