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Karnataka Power Corporation Limited -Overview, Contact Details, locations, Key executives, Power Plant Information, Business Description and SWOT Analysis
The report” Karnataka Power Corporation Limited- 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.
- 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 – A detailed analysis of the company’s strengths, weakness, opportunities and threats.
- Company history – Progression of key events associated with the company.
- Major products and services – A list of major products, services and brands
- Key competitors – A list of key competitors.
- Key employees – A list of the key executives
- Executive biographies – A brief summary of the executives’ employment history.
- Key operational heads – A list of personnel heading key departments/functions.
- Important locations and subsidiaries – A list of key locations and subsidiaries of the company, including contact details.
- Note-: Some sections may be missing if data is unavailable for the company.
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1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
2 Company Snapshot
2.1 Key Information
2.2 Company Overview
2.3 SWOT Snapshot
3 Operational Metrics
3.1 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, Operational Metrics, By Capacity
3.2 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, Operational Metrics, By Generation
3.3 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, Operational Metrics, By Sales
4 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, Wind Farms
4.1 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, Wind Farms, India
5 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, Solar PV Parks
5.1 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, Solar PV Parks, India
6 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, Hydro Power Plants
6.1 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, Hydro Power Plants, India
7 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, Thermal Power Plants
7.1 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, Thermal Power Plants, India
8 Business Description
8.1 Business Overview
9 Major Products and Services
11 SWOT Analysis
11.2 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited Strengths
11.2.1 Well Diverse Energy Source
11.2.2 Established Consumer Base
11.2.3 High Energy Capacity
11.2.4 Strong Liquidity Position
11.3 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited Weaknesses
11.3.1 Controlled by the State Government
11.3.2 Dependence on Third Parties Network
11.4 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited Opportunities
11.4.1 Joint Ventures
11.4.2 Strategic Agreements
11.4.3 Secured Supply of Coal
11.4.4 Government Focus on Renewable Energy
11.5 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited Threats
11.5.1 Legal and Political Framework
11.5.2 Competition in the Market
11.5.3 Fluctuations in Demand and Power Theft
12 Key Employees
13 Locations And Subsidiaries
13.1 Head Office
13.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries
14 Financial Deals Landscape
14.1 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, Deals Volume Summary, 2004 to YTD 2010
14.2 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, Deals Summary, 2004 to YTD 2010
14.3 Karnataka Power Corporation Limited Detailed Deal Summary
15 Recent Developments
15.1 Strategy and Business Expansion
15.1.1 Jan 06, 2010: BHEL Wins Turnkey Contract For Setting Up Grid-Interactive Solar Power Plant In Karnataka, India
15.1.2 Aug 05, 2010: BHEL Completes Works For Full Loading Of Unit 1 Of 500MW Thermal Power Station In Bellary, India
15.1.3 May 04, 2010: Photon Energy Builds 3MW PV Plant For Karnataka Power Corporation In India
15.1.4 Apr 16, 2010: Conergy Erects 3MW Solar PV Plant In Karnataka, India
15.1.5 Mar 16, 2010: Suniva, Titan Commission Solar Power Project In India
15.1.6 Jun 13, 2010: KPCL Obtains Notification To Secure Land For Coal-Fired Power Plant
15.1.7 Apr 23, 2010: KPCL May Establish 600-800MW Super Critical Thermal Power Station
15.1.8 Apr 02, 2010: L&T Plans To Establish 1,600MW Coal-Fired Power Plant In Karnataka State, India
15.1.9 Mar 05, 2010: KPCL Intends To Import 900,000 Metric Tons Of Steaming Coal
15.1.10 Nov 12, 2009: NTPC Looks At 1,000 MW Renewable Energy Projects By 2017 In India
15.1.11 Feb 02, 2009: KPCL Receives Approval For 270 MW Hydro Power Project
15.1.12 Jan 12, 2009: Karnataka Signs MoUs With BHEL, NTPC For Setting Up Thermal Power Plants
15.1.13 Jul 28, 2010: India Announces Addition Of 975MW Thermal Capacity In June 2010
15.1.14 Jun 30, 2010: Indian State 'Karnataka' To Purchase 2,000MW Power On Long-Term Basis To Fight Power Crisis
15.1.15 Mar 05, 2010: Karnataka State In India To Increase Installed Generation Capacity By 4.3% During 2009-10
15.1.16 Jan 18, 2009: Chhattisgarh To Tide Karnataka's Power Crisis, Will Supply 300 MW Power
16.1.2 Secondary Research
16.1.3 Primary Research
16.1.4 Expert Panel Validation
16.2 Contact Us