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China Datang Corporation -Overview, Contact Details, locations, Key executives, Power Plant Information, Business Description and SWOT Analysis

  • ID: 1441511
  • December 2010
  • Region: China
  • 58 pages
  • GlobalData

China Datang Corporation -Overview, Contact Details, locations, Key executives, Power Plant Information, Business Description and SWOT Analysis

Summary

The report” China Datang Corporation- Company Overview, Contact Details, Locations, Key Executives, Power Plant Information, Business Description and SWOT" contains the profile of the company that is involved in the field of power generation from thermal sources (coal, oil and gas).It contains a detailed description of the company’s business operations (power plants, installed capacity, and generation), history, corporate strategy, and business structure. This report contains a detailed SWOT analysis, information on key employees (executives), key competitors, and major products and services.

Scope

- Major Power Plants (assets) – summarized and detailed information about the power plants (assets)
- Operational Metrics (capacity, generation, revenue, sales, number of consumers)
- Business description – A detailed description of the company’s operations and business divisions
- Corporate strategy – Our summarization of the company’s business strategy.
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1
1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
2 Company Snapshot
2.1 Key Information
2.2 Company Overview
2.3 Industry Outlook – Hydro
2.4 Industry Outlook – Power Generation
2.5 Industry Outlook – Wind
2.6 Industry Outlook – Solar Thermal
2.7 SWOT Snapshot
3 Operational Metrics
3.1 China Datang Corporation, Operational Metrics, By Capacity
3.2 China Datang Corporation, Operational Metrics, By Generation
4 China Datang Corporation, Wind Farms
4.1 China Datang Corporation, Wind Farms, China
5 China Datang Corporation, Solar PV Parks
5.1 China Datang Corporation, Solar PV Parks, China
6 China Datang Corporation, Hydro Power Plants
6.1 China Datang Corporation, Hydro Power Plants, China
6.2 China Datang Corporation, Hydro Power Plants, Myanmar
7 China Datang Corporation, Thermal Power Plants
7.1 China Datang Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, China
8 Business Description
8.1 Business Overview
9 Major Products and Services
10 History
11 SWOT Analysis
11.1 Overview
11.2 China Datang Corporation Strengths
11.2.1 Diversified Business
11.2.2 Three Level Hierarchical Structure
11.2.3 Expanding Operating Base
11.2.4 Growing Profitability
11.3 China Datang Corporation Weaknesses
11.3.1 Operational Risk
11.3.2 Limitations of State Owned Enterprises
11.4 China Datang Corporation Opportunities
11.4.1 New Project Developments
11.4.2 Increasing Consumption of Coal
11.5 China Datang Corporation Threats
11.5.1 Decreasing Electricity Demand in China
11.5.2 Slowdown in Chinese Economy
11.5.3 High Reliance of China on Coal
12 Key Employees
13 Locations And Subsidiaries
13.1 Head Office
13.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries
14 Financial Deals Landscape
14.1 China Datang Corporation, Deals Volume Summary, 2004 to YTD 2010
14.2 China Datang Corporation, Deals Summary By Region, 2004 to YTD 2010
14.3 China Datang Corporation, Deals Summary, 2004 to YTD 2010
14.4 China Datang Corporation Detailed Deal Summary
14.4.1 Asset Purchase
14.4.2 Acquisition
14.4.3 Equity Offerings
14.4.4 Debt Offerings
14.4.5 Partnerships
15 Recent Developments
15.1 New Contracts
15.1.1 Dec 17, 2009: Vestas Receives Order From China Datang For 49 MW Of Vestas’ V60-850 kW Wind Turbine
15.2 Operations Updates
15.2.1 May 05, 2010: China’s Key Power Generation Companies Intend To Increase Coal And Installed Power Capacity In 2010
15.2.2 Dec 01, 2009: China Datang Starts Building 50 MW Zhuomashan Wind Farm In Shandong Province, China
15.2.3 Sep 24, 2009: Sumitomo Launches Commercial Operations Of Wind Power Station In Inner Mongolia, China
15.2.4 Dec 26, 2008: Datang's First Phase Of Longtan Hydro Station Becomes Operational
15.2.5 Dec 22, 2008: Datang's Wuwei Solar Power Station Begins Operation
15.2.6 Dec 20, 2008: CTD Starts Operations On Wuwei Solar Power Station In China
15.3 Strategy and Business Planning
15.3.1 Oct 25, 2010: Datang Changshan Receives Approval From NDRC To Build Thermal Power Unit In Jilin Province, China
15.3.2 Aug 26, 2010: Sumitomo And Sumitomo China Sign Framework Cooperation Agreement With China Datang For Renewable Energy
15.3.3 Jul 05, 2010: China Datang Receives Approval To Develop 49.5MW Shanxi Wind Farm In China
15.3.4 Jun 21, 2010: China Datang Receives Approval For First Phase Of 49.5MW Toksun Wind Farm Project
15.3.5 May 26, 2010: CBD Energy Signs Strategic Co-Operation Agreement To Develop Renewable Energy Projects
15.3.6 Dec 22, 2009: Datang Shandong Receives Approval For Two Wind Projects
15.3.7 May 29, 2009: Datang Plans To Build RMB40 Billion Nuclear Power Plant In Xuancheng City, China
15.3.8 Dec 31, 2008: Datang Receives Approval For Wind Farm In Jilin Province
15.3.9 Dec 31, 2008: CDT Receives Permission From NEA To Construct 400 MW Wind Farm
15.3.10 Dec 30, 2008: Datang's Yunnan Subsidiary To Build 20 MW Solar Plant
15.4 Government and Public Interest
15.4.1 Jun 21, 2010: China's Qinghai Province To Add 7.5 Million kW Of On-Grid Installed Solar Power Capacity By 2020
15.4.2 Dec 25, 2009: China's Wind Power Base Reaches 2 GW In Northwestern Gansu Province
15.4.3 Feb 05, 2009: NDRC To Announce Wining Bids For 10 MW Solar PV Power Plant In Dunhuang, China
15.4.4 Jan 19, 2009: China To Invest $1.5 Billion Into Power Sector
15.5 Other Significant Developments
15.5.1 Sep 15, 2010: China Datang To Invest CNY90 Billion On Energy Projects During 12th Five-Year Plan Period
15.5.2 Jul 31, 2009: Datang Sino-Japan Receives Financing From ADB To Build 50 MW Wind Farm In China
15.5.3 Jul 07, 2009: ADB Finances Wind Farms To Help Cut PRC Greenhouse Gas Emissions
16 Appendix
16.1 Methodology
16.1.1 Coverage
16.1.2 Secondary Research
16.1.3 Primary Research
16.1.4 Expert Panel Validation
16.2 Contact Us
16.3 Disclaimer

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