However, the school is also noted for its high operating costs.
The Impact has a short range and high operating cost.
The more expensive the project, the higher the operating costs.
The park would have a $3.5 million annual operating cost.
County and city each agreed to pay half the operating costs.
As of 2007 its annual operating costs are about $3 million a year.
The operating cost of each light was £3 per hour.
The real challenge, he says, is to cut their operating costs.
They will have an operating cost of $1.1 million this year.
The operating costs run about $600 an hour, another television executive said.
Their financial plan does not even cover operating expenses after next year, to say nothing of capital costs.
In some, they will not even cover operating expenses and taxes.
Right now, she said, it is paying 80 percent of its operating expenses.
You can't use it to pay for the operating expenses of your project.
They must also meet a range of other operating expenses.
That line of credit will meet the company's operating expenses for the near future.
Focus on capacity building, instead of programs or general operating expenses.
"At the same time, we continue to focus on managing the growth in our operating expenses."
Moreover, the company has operating expenses of about $40 million a year.
Total operating expenses were down 4 percent from the period a year ago.
It was closed by the government due to the operational cost in that time.
For example, it will save 4 million a year in operational and energy costs.
One particular sticking point has been the state's refusal to cover the operational costs of the program.
In the 1890s, the gold mines were sold off because of operational costs.
The city has not yet estimated its operational costs for the parks.
The company said it had reduced operational costs in the division by 10 percent.
The challenging Chinese market and high operational costs led to the decision of closing the service.
Funding is provided directly to the service for its operational administrative costs.
Due to price rises after the war, operational costs rose from £681,000 in 1919 to £1,520,000 by 1922.
They chose not to act on the suggestions, he said, "because water is such a small part of their operational costs."