Tucson Electric Power Company (TEP) is a US-based electric utility company. The company is a subsidiary of UNS Energy Corporation. TEP operates in the US.
The company is engaged in the provision of integrated electric services to retail and wholesale customers.
TEP provides electric utility services to residential, commercial, and industrial and public sector customers in industries, including copper mining, cement manufacturing, defense, health care, education, military bases and other governmental entities.
The company's electric utility operations include the wholesale marketing of electricity to other utilities and power marketers in the western US. It makes wholesale sales transactions on both a firm and interruptible basis. A firm contract requires TEP to supply power on demand, while an interruptible contract allows TEP to stop supplying power under defined conditions.
TEP operates Springerville Unit III on behalf of Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, Inc. (Tri-State) and Springerville Unit 4 on behalf of Salt River Project Agriculture Improvement and Power District (SRP). Both Springerville Units III and IV are each approximately 400 MW (megawatts) coal-fired generating facilities. Springerville Unit I and Sundt Unit IV are leased by TEP; and Springerville Unit II is owned by San Carlos Resources (San Carlos), a wholly-owned subsidiary of TEP. TEP's other interests in the Springerville Generating Station include the Springerville Coal Handling Facilities and the Springerville Common Facilities.
The company also participates in jointly-owned coal-fired generating facilities at the Four Corners Generating Station (Four Corners), the Navajo Generating Station (Navajo) and the San Juan Generating Station (San Juan). TEP also uses generation from its facilities fueled by natural gas, in addition to energy from its coal-fired facilities and purchased power.
TEP serves 419,000 customers in southern Arizona. TEP's service territory covers 1,155 square miles and includes the greater Tucson metropolitan area in Pima County, as well as parts of Cochise County.
The company also operates through the subsidiary, Escavada Company.
Scope of the Report
-- About the Company - Historical Details, Current Ownership Structure and basic overview of Tucson Electric Power Company in terms of revenue, net income, and operating income.
-- Financials - Details about Tucson Electric Power Company listing status, annual financial reports (for the past 5 years), key financial highlights and region wise and category wise breakdown of their net revenue.
-- Products / Services - Listing of the company’s entire portfolio along with description of individual products / services providing a clear picture of their target audience.
-- Company SWOT Analysis - Outlines Tucson Electric Power Company’s strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities and threats facing the company.
-- Recent Developments - Showcases Tucson Electric Power Company’s recent developments including mergers, acquisitions, partnerships, collaborations, new product launches, investment and divestment plans.
-- Strategic Evaluation - Provides an overview of Tucson Electric Power Company’s corporate goals and strategic initiatives and evaluates their outcomes along with outlining any persisting legal issues and outlook of our in-house analyst panel on the particular company.
-- Technology Landscape - Details how the company allocates its IT budget across the core areas of its business, CIO/CTO Profile, Key IT Initiatives and Deals undertaken buy the company at present along with outlook.
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-- What are Tucson Electric Power Company strengths and weaknesses and what opportunities and threats does it face?
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-- What is the in-house technical capability of Tucson Electric Power Company? Where does it procure / outsource it?
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1. About the Company
1.1 History and Basic Facts
1.2 Ownership Structure and Key Executives
1.3 Head Office
1.4 Other Locations & Subsidiaries
1.5 List of Competitors
1.6 Employee Count & Distribution
2.1 Company Type (Listed / Unlisted)
2.2 Annual Statements
2.3 Key Financial Highlights
2.4 Region-wise Breakdown
3. Product / Services
4. SWOT Analysis
4.1 SWOT Overview
5. Recent Developments
5.1 Mergers & Acquisitions
5.2 Partnerships, Collaborations & Joint Ventures
5.3 New Product Launches
5.4 Business Expansion / Divestment
6. Strategic Evaluation
6.1 Corporate Strategy
6.2 Legal Issues
6.3 Analyst Outlook
7. Technology Landscape
-- 7.1.1 Industry Snapshot
-- 7.1.2 IT Spend
-- 7.1.3 Key Information Technology Trends
-- 7.2.1 IT Overview
-- 7.2.2 Key IT Technologies
-- 7.2.3 Recent IT Initiatives
-- 7.2.4 IT Outsourcing Engagements
-- 7.2.5 Key IT Management
-- 7.2.6 CIO/CTO Profile
-- About Us
-- Contact Us
Fig.1: Company Snapshot
Fig.2: Locations Listing on Map
Table.1: Ownership Structure
Table.2: List of Competitors
Table.3: Annual Statements
Table.4: Key Financial Highlights
Table.5: Region-wise Breakdown
Table.6: Product/Services Overview
Table.7: Mergers & Acquisitions
Table.8: Partnerships, Collaborations & Joint Ventures
Table.9: New Product Launches
Table.10: Business Expansion / Divestment
Table 11: IT Budgets
Table 12: Key IT Management (CIO / CTO)
Table 13: IT Deals undertaken in the past years