TeachMeFinance.com - explain One-time fee
One-time fee The term 'One-time fee' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' The fee assessed a nuclear utilityfor spent nuclear fuel (SNF) or solidified high-level radioactive waste derived from SNF, which fuel was used to generate electricity in a civilian nuclear power reactor prior to April 7, 1983, and which isassessed by applying industry-wide average dollar-per-kilogram charges to four distinct ranges of fuel burn up so that equivalent to an industry-wide average charge of 1.0 mill per kilowatthour'.
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