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Santee Cooper - Strategic SWOT Analysis Review

  • Published: August 2011
  • Region: Global
  • 27 pages
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Santee Cooper - Strategic SWOT Analysis Review

Summary

Santee Cooper (Santee) is a public electric and water utility owned by the state of South Carolina. It is the largest power producer in South Carolina and supplies electricity to more than 163,000 retail customers in Berkeley, Georgetown, and Horry counties. The company also supplies electricity to over 31 large industrial facilities, the cities of Georgetown and Bamberg, and the Charleston Air Force Base. In addition, Santee generates the power distributed by the state’s 20 electric cooperatives to more than 685,000 customers in all 46 counties of the state. The company supplies electricity through 4,950.4 miles of transmission and 2,742 miles of distribution lines. Santee Water System supplies water to around 137,000 end users. Santee is headquartered in South Carolina, the US.

Santee Cooper Key Recent Developments…

May 27, 2011: SCE&G Files For Electric Rate Adjustment Under BLRA
May 24, 2011: Santee Cooper Approves Contracts With W2E-Organic And BioEnergy For 3.2 MW Renewable Energy
Apr 19, 2011: NRC, USACE Complete Final Environmental Impact Statement For New Reactors At READ MORE >



List of Tables
List of Figures
Section 1 - About the Company
Santee Cooper - Key Facts
Santee Cooper - Key Employees
Santee Cooper - Major Products and Services
Santee Cooper - History
Santee Cooper - Company Statement
Santee Cooper - Locations And Subsidiaries
Head Office
Other Locations & Subsidiaries
Section 2 – Company Analysis
Santee Cooper - Business Description
Santee Cooper - SWOT Analysis
SWOT Analysis - Overview
Santee Cooper - Strengths
Strength - Strong Foothold in the Market
Strength - Generation Asset Portfolio
Strength - Growth Prospects
Weakness - Contingent on Thermal Fuel Sources
Weakness - Legal Proceedings
Opportunity - Focus on Renewable Energy Sources
Opportunity - Increasing Demand for Electricity
Opportunity - Nuclear Power Generation
Threat - Market Volatility
Threat - Legal and Political Framework
Threat - Weather Conditions and Seasonality of Business
Santee Cooper - Key Competitors
Section 3 – Company’s Power Financial Deals and Alliances
Santee Cooper, Power, Deals By Year, 2005 to YTD 2011
Santee Cooper, Power, Deals By Type, 2005 to YTD 2011
Santee Cooper, Recent Deals Summary
Section 4 – Company’s Recent Developments
May 27, 2011: SCE&G Files For Electric Rate Adjustment Under BLRA
May 24, 2011: Santee Cooper Approves Contracts With W2E-Organic And BioEnergy For 3.2 MW Renewable Energy
Apr 19, 2011: NRC, USACE Complete Final Environmental Impact Statement For New Reactors At Virgil C. Summer Site
Apr 18, 2011: Santee Cooper And SCEO Dedicate Grand Strand Solar Station In North Carolina
Mar 03, 2011: Nexant Expands Energy Efficiency Services In US Southeast
Jan 31, 2011: Santee Cooper, EFI And Clemson University Announce Construction Of New Renewable Energy Facility In South Carolina, US
Oct 01, 2010: South Carolina PSC Approves SCE&G Rate Adjustment Under Base Load Review Act
May 26, 2010: Blue Source Announces Green Energy Landfill Project With Google, Santee Cooper And Berkeley County, South Carolina
Feb 25, 2010: Santee Cooper Reports Operating Income Of $319.2 Million In 2009
Section 5 – Appendix
Methodology
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