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  •  the country's energy demand has grown an average of 3.6% per annum over the past 30 years.  the country's energy demand has grown an average of 3.6% per annum over the past 30 years
  • The electricity sector in India supplies the world's 5th largest energy consumer, accounting for 4.0% of global energy consumption by more than 17% of global population
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    • 1. FLOW OF PRESENTATIONIndustry AnalysisCompany AnalysisCompany BackgroundTata GroupSupply ChainFinancial ReviewSWOT AnalysisSustainability Initiatives
    • 2. INDUSTRY ANALYSIS• 4% of Global Energy • The Regional Power Grids are • Electricity distribution is the Consumption in India established for optimal penultimate process in the utilisation of the power delivery of electric power• Predominantly controlled by the Government of India • Inter-regional power • This interface features exchanges depending upon transformers power availability and load conditionsElectricity Power PowerGeneration Transmission Distribution
    • 3. INDUSTRY ANALYSIS Power Generation in IndiaState Sector Central Sector Private Sector 22% 47% 31% Source: Cygnus India Report on Indian Power Sector
    • 4. INDUSTRY ANALYSIS NTPC NHCP Tata Power Reliance Power Adani Power
    • 5. COMPANY BACKGROUNDFounder Mr. Jamshetji Tata’s vision of ‘clean, cheap &abundant powerTata Power commissioned India’s first power plant- thehydro-electric station- in Khopoli (72 MW) in 1915Tata Power is the largest integrated private powercompany in India
    • 6. TATA GROUP Graphic Source: Tata Power Investor Presentation 2010
    • 7. SUPPLY CHAIN 30% equity interest 2 capesize vessels 3,176 MW of 17 receiving stations Mumbai distributionFUEL DISTRIBUTION GENERATION TRANSMISSION FUEL TRANSPORTATION in Indonesian coal owned, delivery in operationalcapacity In Mumbai network producers, KPC and 2011 2,449 MW thermal 51:49 JV between 1,781 Km of Arutmin 3 long term charters Tata Power and underground cable 447 MW hydro 33.3% stake in signed Powergrid network Mandakini 277 MW wind Corporation of India Over 180,000 retail 40% stake in Tubed 3 MW of solar Ltd consumers Graphic Source: Tata Power Investor Presentation 2010
    • 8. EXISTING PRESENCE Graphic Source: Tata Power Investor Presentation 2010
    • 9. FINANCIAL REVIEW 2009 2010Net Revenue Rs. 18, 854 Cr. Rs. 19, 348 Cr.Total Rs. 16, 043 Cr. Rs. 15, 893 Cr.ExpenditureTotal Profit Rs. 2,138 Cr. Rs. 2,181 Cr.(After Tax) Financial Review for Tata Power
    • 10. SWOT ANALYSIS Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats• Well Established • Dependence on • Renewable energy • Entry of new Brand external sources for is the future of players such as• Tata Power has coal power generation Reliance into the invested in • Lack of skilled • With improving power industry Renewable energy manpower for Tata technology, sources • Pricing wars Power’s Renewable such as solar energy between Reliance energy initiatives could be and Tata regarding economically power tariff in feasible Mumbai
    • 11. SUSTAINABILITY INITATIVES Care for environment Care for community Care for customers Care for people• Growth through • Principles of community • Energy clubs • Safety and health renewable , clean green engagement • Customer care centers • Organizational energy • Helping communities • Demand side transformation• Efficient become self-reliant and management, energy • Employee learning & technologies, investments empowered audits development in energy startups • Carbon neutral village• Carbon footprint clusters reduction
    • 12. THANK YOU