Thermal Power in India, Market Outlook to 2020, 2011 Update - Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Power Plants, Companies
- Published: July 2011
- Region: India
Damodar Valley Corporation - Power Plants and SWOT Analysis, 2011 Update
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.
- 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.
- 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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Damodar Valley Corporation, Operational Metrics, By Capacity
Damodar Valley Corporation, Operational Metrics, By Generation
Damodar Valley Corporation, Hydro Power Plants
Damodar Valley Corporation, Hydro Power Plants, India
Damodar Valley Corporation, Thermal Power Plants
Damodar Valley Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, India
Major Products and Services
Damodar Valley Corporation Strengths
Strong Customer Base
Wide Range of Activities
Association with Government
Damodar Valley Corporation Weaknesses
Highly Dependent on Coal for Power Generation
Project Related Litigations
Decline in Credit Ratings
Damodar Valley Corporation Opportunities
Expansion Through Renewable Generation
Projects in Pipeline
Increasing Power Demand in India
Damodar Valley Corporation Threats
Volatility in Electricity Prices
Liberalization of the Electricity Market
Locations And Subsidiaries
Financial Deals Landscape
Damodar Valley Corporation, Deals Summary, 2004 to 2011
Damodar Valley Corporation Detailed Deal Summary
Jul 04, 2011: Unit 1 Of Maithon Power Project Achieves Full Load Generation Of 525 MW: Tata Power
Jun 16, 2011: India Approves Introduction Of DVC (Amendment) Bill 2011
May 05, 2011: Indian Ministry Of Coal Decides To Deallocate 14 Coal Blocks And One Lignite Captive Coal Block
Mar 04, 2011: DVC's 500 MW Thermal Power Project To Come On Line In Fiscal Year Ended 2013
Mar 04, 2011: DVC Plans To Start Commercial Operation Of CTPS In 11th Plan period
May 25, 2010: DVC And NTPC Give Expressions Of Interest To CIL For Import Of About Five Million Tonnes Of Coal
Mar 05, 2010: Indian Coal Ministry Approves Coal Linkage For Five Super Critical Thermal Power Projects
Feb 04, 2010: DVC To Shift Second Phase Of Koderma Super Thermal Power Plant From Jharkhand To West Bengal In India
Feb 04, 2010: SEL Passes Tests On Damodar Valley's IEC 61850 Projects
Jan 19, 2010: NTPC To Open INR250 Billion Worth Global Tender
Jan 03, 2010: DVC To Issue Bond For Raising INR6,400 Million
Aug 27, 2009: GOI Nods For INR400 Billion Power Equipment Order For NTPC, Damodar Valley
Jan 24, 2007: BHEL Wins Turnkey Contract For 2x500MW Mejia TPS
List of Tables
Table 1: Damodar Valley Corporation, Key Facts
Table 2: Damodar Valley Corporation, Operational Metrics, Capacity
Table 3: Damodar Valley Corporation, Operational Metrics, Generation
Table 4: Damodar Valley Corporation, Hydro Power Plants, India
Table 5: Damodar Valley Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, India
Table 6: Major Products and Services
Table 7: Damodar Valley Corporation, SWOT Analysis
Table 8: Damodar Valley Corporation, Key Employees
Table 9: Damodar Valley Corporation, Deals Summary, 2004 to 2011
Table 10: Damodar Valley Plans For Public Offering Of $107.25 Million
Table 11: National Thermal Power Forms Joint venture With NHPC, Power Grid and Damodar Valley
Table 12: Tata Power Company Forms A Joint Venture With Damodar Valley
Table 13: Damodar Valley Corporation Enters Into Joint Venture With Coal India
Table 14: Tata Power & Damodar Valley Completes Project Financing Of $787 Million For Maithon Right Bank Thermal Power Project In Jharkhand, India
Table 15: Damodar Valley Corporation Completes Project Financing Of $721 Million For Koderma Thermal Power Project, India
Table 16: Damodar Valley Corporation Completes Project Financing Of $688 Million For Raghunathpur Thermal Power Project Phase I, India