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Salt River Project -Overview, Contact Details, locations, Key executives, Power Plant Information, Business Description and SWOT Analysis

  • ID: 1441559
  • December 2010
  • 66 pages
  • GlobalData

Salt River Project -Overview, Contact Details, locations, Key executives, Power Plant Information, Business Description and SWOT Analysis

Summary

The report” Salt River Project- 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.
- SWOT analysis READ MORE >

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1.1 List of Tables
2 Company Snapshot
2.1 Key Information
2.2 Company Overview
2.3 Industry Outlook – Biogas
2.4 Industry Outlook – Nuclear
2.5 Industry Outlook – Solar PV
2.6 Industry Outlook – Wind
2.7 SWOT Snapshot
3 Salt River Project, Wind Farms
3.1 Salt River Project, Wind Farms, United States
4 Salt River Project, Solar PV Parks
4.1 Salt River Project, Solar PV Parks, United States
5 Salt River Project, Geothermal Power Plants
5.1 Salt River Project, Geothermal Power Plants, United States
6 Salt River Project, Biomass Power Plants
6.1 Salt River Project, Biomass Power Plants, United States
7 Salt River Project, Thermal Power Plants
7.1 Salt River Project, Thermal Power Plants, United States
8 Business Description
8.1 Business Overview
9 Major Products and Services
10 History
11 SWOT Analysis
11.1 Overview
11.2 Salt River Project Strengths
11.2.1 Strong Market Position
11.2.2 Vertically Integrated Structure
11.2.3 Climate Change Research
11.2.4 Leader in Smart Meter
11.3 Salt River Project Weaknesses
11.3.1 Decrease in Wholesale Revenues
11.3.2 Increase in Operating Expenses
11.3.3 High Indebtedness
11.4 Salt River Project Opportunities
11.4.1 Infrastructure Expansion
11.4.2 Expansion of Renewable Portfolio
11.4.3 Water Programs
11.5 Salt River Project Threats
11.5.1 Legal Proceedings
11.5.2 Regulatory Obligations
11.5.3 Volatility in Electricity Prices
12 Key Employees
13 Key Employee Biographies
14 Company Statement
15 Locations And Subsidiaries
15.1 Head Office
16 Financial Deals Landscape
16.1 Salt River Project, Deals Summary, 2004 to 2010
16.2 Salt River Project Detailed Deal Summary
17 Recent Developments
17.1 New Projects
17.1.1 Oct 12, 2009: DOI Secretary Inaugurates Arizona's 63 MW Dry Lake Wind Power Project
17.2 New Contracts
17.2.1 Oct 13, 2010: Iberdrola Renewables Signs 25 Year Power Purchase Agreement With SRP
17.2.2 Jun 28, 2010: AMEC Receives Contract From EnergySource For 49MW Geothermal Power Plant In California
17.2.3 Jun 02, 2010: Draker Labs To Monitor Solar Energy Production At 14 Arizona Schools
17.2.4 Jun 12, 2008: Raser Signs PPA With Salt River Project For Lightning Dock Geothermal Power Plant
17.3 Operations Updates
17.3.1 Oct 20, 2010: IKEA Plugs In Solar Energy System Installed At Its Store In Tempe, Arizona
17.3.2 Oct 06, 2010: APS' Unit 3 At Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station Taken Offline For Maintenance
17.3.3 Feb 03, 2010: Palo Verde Unit 1 Sets Production Record
17.3.4 Nov 10, 2009: Union Distributing Unveils 253 kW Solar Energy Plant In Phoenix, US
17.3.5 Oct 11, 2009: IBERDROLA RENOVABLES Opens Dry Lake Wind Farm In Arizona, US
17.3.6 Oct 01, 2009: Iberdrola Renewables' Dry Lake Wind Power Project To Be Operational Soon In Arizona, US
17.3.7 Jan 28, 2009: Dynegy, NV Energy To Host Case Studies Lead By EPRI At natural Gas Combined Cycle Facilities Projects
17.3.8 Aug 14, 2008: SRP Holds Process To Site New 230 kV Transmission Line In Queen Creek Area
17.3.9 Jun 10, 2008: Renegy Commences Operations At Its 24 MW Biomass Plant In Snowflake
17.3.10 Apr 23, 2008: HHCA And SRP To Complete Solar Subdivison In Apache Junction
17.4 Financial Announcements
17.4.1 Jun 15, 2007: SRP Reports 2007 Results
17.5 Strategy and Business Planning
17.5.1 Nov 22, 2009: SRP To Build Solar Power Plant In East Valley, Arizona
17.5.2 Aug 19, 2009: Tessera Solar, SRP To Partner On 1.5 MW Maricopa Solar Project In Arizona
17.5.3 Jun 09, 2008: SRP Proposes New East Valley Power Facilities, New Substation And Transmission Line
17.5.4 May 18, 2008: SRP To Double Elster EnergyAxis AMI Smart Grid Solution Deployment
17.6 Government and Public Interest
17.6.1 May 20, 2010: NREL Study Shows Power Grid Can Accommodate Large Increase In Wind And Solar Generation
17.6.2 May 20, 2010: Top 10 Utilities Expand Solar Integration By 66% In 2009: SEPA
17.6.3 Sep 28, 2008: Roosevelt Dam Completes 100 Years Of Power Supply In Phoenix, Arizona, US
17.7 Other Significant Developments
17.7.1 Oct 26, 2010: SRP Selects Q1 Labs Security Intelligence Platform To Consolidate Network Security And Compliance Programs
17.7.2 Aug 03, 2010: SRP Launches Community Solar Program For Public Schools
17.7.3 Jun 07, 2010: SRP Seeks Proposals For 100MW Solar Power
17.7.4 Mar 18, 2010: SRP To Purchase Entire Output From Iberdrola's Dry Lake 2 Wind Power Project In Arizona
17.7.5 Feb 17, 2009: SRP To Fund Solar-Power Systems On School Buildings
17.7.6 Jul 28, 2008: SRP Signs Agreement To Purchase Electricity From First Wind Energy Farm In Arizona
17.7.7 Jun 12, 2008: SRP To Purchase 10 MW Of Geothermal Energy From Raser
17.7.8 Jun 07, 2008: SRP Seeks RFP For Solar Power
17.7.9 May 12, 2008: SRP Signs PPA With TransCanada For Power From Coolidge Generating Station
18 Appendix
18.1 Methodology
18.1.1 Coverage
18.1.2 Secondary Research
18.1.3 Primary Research
18.1.4 Expert Panel Validation
18.2 Contact Us
18.3 Disclaimer

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