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Sunflower Electric Power Corporation - Power Plants and SWOT Analysis, 2011 Update

  • ID: 1884107
  • August 2011
  • 37 pages
  • GlobalData

Sunflower Electric Power Corporation - Power Plants and SWOT Analysis, 2011 Update

Summary

The report 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 – GlobalData’s 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.
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List of Tables
Company Snapshot
Key Information
Company Overview
SWOT Snapshot
Operational Metrics
Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Operational Metrics, By Capacity
Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Operational Metrics, By Generation
Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Wind Farms
Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Wind Farms, United States
Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Thermal Power Plants
Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, United States
Business Description
Business Overview
Major Products and Services
History
SWOT Analysis
Overview
Sunflower Electric Power Corporation Strengths
Strong Asset Portfolio
Environmental Stewardship
Improved Financial performance
Sunflower Electric Power Corporation Weaknesses
Huge Debt
Sunflower Electric Power Corporation Opportunities
Increasing Reliability of Transmission
Agreements to Generate Energy from Renewable Sources
Rising Demand for Energy from Renewable Sources
Approval of Holcomb Expansion
Sunflower Electric Power Corporation Threats
Varying Input Costs
Legal and Political Framework
Substitutes for Renewable Energy Sources
Key Employees
Key Employee Biographies
Company Statement
Locations And Subsidiaries
Head Office
Other Locations & Subsidiaries
Financial Deals Landscape
Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Deals Summary, 2004 to 2011
Sunflower Electric Power Corporation Detailed Deal Summary
Asset Finance
Recent Developments
Mar 01, 2011: Clean Air Advocates Urge EPA To Formally Object Sunflower Electric's Coal Plant
Oct 26, 2010: Kansas State University's Economic Study Outlines Benefits Of Holcomb Expansion Project
Sep 22, 2010: KDHE To Hold Second Public Comment Period For Sunflower's Air Quality Construction Permit
Jun 30, 2010: Public Hearings Scheduled For Sunflower Electric's Draft Air Quality Permit For New 895MW Coal-Fired Plant
Jun 03, 2010: Sunflower Electric To Host Two Holcomb Expansion Project Open Houses
Feb 26, 2010: Signum Deploys Oracle eAM R12 System For Transmission Assets Of Sunflower
Jul 02, 2009: Sunflower Restarts The Permit Process For 895MW Coal-Fired Plant
May 08, 2009: Kansas Senate approves construction of Coal-Fired Plant in Kansas
May 08, 2009: Kansas Senate Sanctions Construction Of Sunflower Electric Power’s 895 MW Coal-Fired Plant In Finney County, Kansas
May 01, 2009: Representative Jerry Moran Desires Overrule Of Veto Of Bill To Allow Sunflower Electric Power To Construct Coal-Fired Plants
Apr 30, 2009: Advocates Of Sunflower Electric Power’s Proposed Coal-Fired Power Plants To Organize Rally
Jan 20, 2009: Enel Starts Operations At Second Phase Of Smoky Hills Wind Farm In Central Kansas
Apr 23, 2008: Sunflower Reports 2007 Results
Apr 17, 2007: Sunflower Reports 2006 Results
Jul 13, 2011: ITC Great Plains Receives Siting Approval From KCC For V-Plan Transmission Line Project
Dec 16, 2010: Kansas DHE Approves Air Quality Permit To Sunflower Electric's 895MW Holcomb Expansion Project In Kansas, US
Jan 13, 2010: Sunflower Electric Files New Application To Built A Coal-Fired Power Plant In Kansas
Jan 04, 2010: Sunflower Electric To Submit New Application For Permit Related To Coal-Fired Plant In Western Kansas
May 04, 2009: Kansas Governor, Sunflower Electric Power Sign Agreement For Construction Of 895 MW Coal Plant
Apr 01, 2009: Kansas Governor Opposes Sunflower Electric Power’s Coal-Fired Power Plant Proposal In Holcomb
Feb 02, 2008: Sunflower Signs Biomass Fuel Agreement With Prairie Fire
Jul 14, 2011: Sunflower Electric Appoints Stuart Lowry As President And CEO
Mar 31, 2011: US District Court Judge Puts Brakes On Sunflower Electric’s Kansas Coal-Fired Power Plant
Jul 30, 2010: KDHE Restructures Public Comment Period For Sunflower Electric's Draft Air Quality Permit For 895MW Coal-Fired Power Plant In Kansas
Jul 22, 2009: Sunflower Announces Organizational Changes
Nov 18, 2008: Sunflower Files Lawsuit Against Sebelius Administration In US Federal Court
Jan 11, 2008: Sunflower To Buy Power From TradeWind Energy's Smoky Hills Wind Project
Appendix
Methodology
Contact Us
Disclaimer

List of Tables
Table 1: Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Key Facts
Table 2: Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Operational Metrics, Capacity
Table 3: Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Operational Metrics, Generation
Table 4: Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Wind Farms, United States
Table 5: Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, United States
Table 6: Major Products and Services
Table 7: Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, SWOT Analysis
Table 8: Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Key Employees
Table 9: Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Other Locations
Table 10: Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Subsidiaries
Table 11: Sunflower Electric Power Corporation, Deals Summary, 2004 to 2011
Table 12: Sunflower Electric Power To Build Coal-Fired Plant In Kansas, U.S.
Table 13: Sunflower Electric Power Plans To Invest $3,600 Million In Holcomb Power Plant

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