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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
  • Tatapower.ppt

    1. 1. BY, ARSHAD.C.A P13110
    2. 2. FLOW OF PRESENTATION Industry Analysis Company Analysis Company Background Tata Group Supply Chain Financial Review SWOT Analysis Sustainability Initiatives
    3. 3. INDUSTRY ANALYSIS • 4% of Global Energy Consumption in India • Predominantly controlled by the Government of India Electricity Generation • The Regional Power Grids are established for optimal utilisation of the power • Inter-regional power exchanges depending upon power availability and load conditions Power Transmission • Electricity distribution is the penultimate process in the delivery of electric power • This interface features transformers Power Distribution
    4. 4. INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 47% 31% 22% Power Generation in India State Sector Central Sector Private Sector Source: Cygnus India Report on Indian Power Sector
    5. 5. TATA GROUP Graphic Source: Tata Power Investor Presentation 2010
    6. 6. COMPANY BACKGROUND Founder Mr. Jamshetji Tata’s vision of ‘clean, cheap & abundant power Tata Power commissioned India’s first power plant- the hydro-electric station- in Khopoli (72 MW) in 1915 Tata Power is the largest integrated private power company in India
    7. 7. • Tata Power is India’s largest integrated power company with a significant international presence. • From Fuel and Logistics to Generation and Transmission to Distribution and Trading- exploring various renewable sources of energy in India and globally, • we now have a significant presence in wind, solar, hydro and geothermal energy space.
    8. 8. INDUSTRY ANALYSIS NTPC NHCP Tata Power Reliance Power Adani Power
    9. 9. Market Cap: [Rs.Cr.] 20,278 | Face Value: [Rs.] 1
    10. 10. SUPPLY CHAIN FUEL 30% equity interest in Indonesian coal producers, KPC and Arutmin 33.3% stake in Mandakini 40% stake in Tubed FUELTRANSPORTATION 2 capesize vessels owned, delivery in 2011 3 long term charters signed GENERATION 3,176 MW of operationalcapacity 2,449 MW thermal 447 MW hydro 277 MW wind 3 MW of solar TRANSMISSION 17 receiving stations In Mumbai 51:49 JV between Tata Power and Powergrid Corporation of India Ltd DISTRIBUTION Mumbai distribution network 1,781 Km of underground cable network Over 180,000 retail consumers Graphic Source: Tata Power Investor Presentation 2010
    11. 11. EXISTING PRESENCE Graphic Source: Tata Power Investor Presentation 2010
    12. 12. • Mr. CYRUS P MISTRY (CHAIRMAN) • Mr. RAMABADRAN GOPALAKRISHNAN(EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR) • DR HOMAIR S VACHHA (NOMINEE DIRECTOR OF THE BOARD) • Mr. NAWSHIR H MIZRA(SENIOR DIRECTOR)
    13. 13. SUSTAINABILITY INITATIVES Care for environment • Growth through renewable , clean green energy • Efficient technologies, investments in energy startups • Carbon footprint reduction Care for community • Principles of community engagement • Helping communities become self-reliant and empowered • Carbon neutral village clusters Care for customers • Energy clubs • Customer care centers • Demand side management, energy audits Care for people • Safety and health • Organizational transformation • Employee learning & development
    14. 14. SWOT ANALYSIS Strengths •Well Established Brand •Tata Power has invested in Renewable energy Weaknesses •Dependence on external sources for coal •Lack of skilled manpower for Tata Power’s Renewable energy initiatives Opportunities •Renewable energy is the future of power generation •With improving technology, sources such as solar energy could be economically feasible Threats •Entry of new players such as Reliance into the power industry •Pricing wars between Reliance and Tata regarding power tariff in Mumbai
    15. 15. THANK YOU

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