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Tennessee Valley Authority Nuclear Operational Analysis

  • ID: 683340
  • January 2009
  • Region: Tennessee
  • 81 pages
  • Global Markets Direct

Tennessee Valley Authority Nuclear Operational Analysis

Summary

Tennessee Valley Authority Nuclear Operational Analysis is an essential source for data, analysis and strategic insight into Tennessee Valley Authority. The report provides key information relating to operations of the company in the nuclear energy industry and financial, SWOT and value chain analysis of the company. The report provides detailed information relating to the nuclear power plants operated and owned by the company apart from the detailed information on more than 100 key parameters for each reactor. It also provides the market share and installations of Tennessee Valley Authority across leading countries globally. The report examines the company’s business structure and operations, history and products, and provides an analysis of its key revenue lines. It inspects the company’s strategy, both in terms of its value chain positioning and strategic strengths and weaknesses.

Scope

- Details the company’s nuclear power reactors across the leading countries globally
- Company’s market share across the leading countries globally
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1.1 List of Tables 5
1.2 List of Figures 6
2 Company Snapshot 7
2.1 Key Information 7
2.2 Company Overview 7
2.3 Financial Performance 7
2.4 Industry Outlook - Nuclear 7
3 Tennessee Valley Authority Nuclear Operational Analysis 9
3.1 Tennessee Valley Authority Operable Commercial Reactors 9
3.2 Tennessee Valley Authority Upcoming Reactors 10
4 Reactor Details 11
4.1 Reactor Details, Browns Ferry 1 11
4.2 Reactor Details, Browns Ferry 2 13
4.3 Reactor Details, Browns Ferry 3 16
4.4 Reactor Details, Sequoyah 1 19
4.5 Reactor Details, Sequoyah 2 22
4.6 Reactor Details, Watts Bar 1 25
5 Business Description 28
5.1 Business Overview 28
5.2 Major Products and Services 29
5.2.1 Overview 29
6 History 30
7 Competitors 31
8 Key Employees 32
9 Key Employee Biographies 33
10 Company Statement 35
11 Locations And Subsidiaries 36
11.1 Head Office 36
11.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 36
12 Financial Deals Landscape 37
12.1 Tennessee Valley Authority, Deals Volume Summary, 2004 to YTD 2009 37
12.2 Tennessee Valley Authority, Deals Summary By Region, 2004 to YTD 2009 38
12.3 Tennessee Valley Authority, Deals Summary, 2004 to YTD 2009 38
12.4 Tennessee Valley Authority Detailed Deal Summary 39
12.4.1 Asset Purchase 39
12.4.2 Debt Offerings 41
12.4.3 Partnerships 49
13 Recent Developments 51
13.1 New Contracts 51
13.1.1 Aug 28, 2008: Calpine Signs Three Year PPA With TVA To Sell 500 MW Of Electric Power 51
13.1.2 Jun 17, 2008: EnerNOC Signs Contract With TVA 51
13.1.3 Jun 10, 2008: EnergySolutions Signs Second Waste Management Agreement With TVA 52
13.1.4 Jun 03, 2008: EnergySolutions Signs Waste Management Agreement With TVA 53
13.2 Operations Updates 53
13.2.1 Dec 16, 2008: TVAs EIS Of Bellefonte Nuclear Plant Delayed By NRC 53
13.2.2 Dec 09, 2008: TVA Announces Cost Estimate For Building Two Nuclear Reactors At Bellefonte Site 54
13.2.3 Oct 07, 2008: TVA Identifies Preferred Route For Alvaton Transmission Line 56
13.2.4 May 22, 2007: TVA Restarts Unit 1 At Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant 57
13.3 Financial Announcements 58
13.3.1 Dec 16, 2008: TVA Declares Fiscal 2008 Results 58
13.3.2 May 13, 2008: TVA Reports Q2 Fiscal 2008 Results 60
13.3.3 Feb 12, 2008: TVA Reports Q1 Fiscal 2008 Results 61
13.3.4 Dec 12, 2007: TVA Declares Fiscal 2007 Results 61
13.3.5 Aug 14, 2007: TVA Declares Nine Months Fiscal 2007 Results 62
13.3.6 May 16, 2007: TVA Reports H1 Fiscal 2007 Resultsc 63
13.3.7 Feb 15, 2007: TVA Declares Q1 Fiscal 2007 Results 64
13.4 Strategy and Business Planning 65
13.4.1 Sep 03, 2008: TVA To Terminate Contract With Pinkerton Government Services 65
13.4.2 Aug 15, 2008: TVA Identifies Preferred Route For Transmission Line 65
13.4.3 Jun 10, 2008: Raven Biofuels To Build Ethanol Biorefinery In Washington 66
13.5 Other Significant Developments 67
13.5.1 Dec 02, 2008: TVA Seeks Request For Proposal For RECER 67
13.5.2 Sep 12, 2008: Groups Ask Federal Regulators To Block Work At TVAs Nuclear Plant In Alabama 70
13.5.3 Aug 27, 2008: TVA Asks NRC To Renew Permits For Building Two Nuclear Reactors 71
13.5.4 Aug 20, 2008: TVA Board Approves 2009 Budget And Rate Adjustment 71
13.5.5 Jun 02, 2008: TVA Appoints General Manager Of Economic Development Business Resources 73
13.5.6 Mar 28, 2008: TVA Appoints Board Member 74
13.5.7 Sep 27, 2007: TVA Board Approves 2008 Capital Budget 74
13.5.8 Aug 27, 2007: TVA Appoints Manager Of Field Operations 76
13.5.9 Aug 03, 2007: TVA Appoints CFO 77
13.5.10 Apr 10, 2007: TVA Appoints CNO 78
13.5.11 Apr 04, 2007: TVA Appoints SVP Of Communications, Government And Valley Relations 78
13.5.12 Mar 30, 2007: TVA Announces Retirement Of CNO 79
13.5.13 Mar 12, 2007: TVA Appoints New COO 80
14 Appendix 81
14.1 Methodology 81
14.2 About us81
14.3 Contact Us 81
14.4 Disclaimer 81

Executive Summary

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Tennessee Valley Authority Capacity Distribution 9
Figure 2: Tennessee Valley Authority, Deals Volume Summary, 2004 to YTD 2009 37

The following companies are the major competitors of Tennessee Valley Authority:
Duke Energy Carolinas, LLC
East Kentucky Power Cooperative, Inc.
Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia
North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation

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