Georgia Transmission Corporation - Strategic SWOT Analysis Review provides a comprehensive insight into the companys history, corporate strategy, business structure and operations. The report contains a detailed SWOT analysis, information on the companys key employees, key competitors and major products and services.
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- Business description A detailed description of the companys operations and business divisions.
- Corporate strategy GlobalDatas summarization of the companys business strategy.
- SWOT analysis A detailed analysis of the companys 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 of the company.
- Key competitors A list of key competitors to the company.
- Key employees A list of the key executives of the company.
- 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.
Georgia Transmission Corporation (GTC) is a not-for-profit, member-owned electric transmission cooperative that plans, builds and maintains high-voltage power transmission lines and substations. The corporation provides electric transmission and associated services to its electric membership cooperatives (EMCs). Oglethorpe supplies wholesale electric power to the EMCs through GTCs power transmission network. The corporation also works with other utilities for jointly planning and operating Georgias power transmission grid. Through its members, the corporation meets the electricity needs of residential, commercial and industrial customers in the state of Georgia, parts of the states of Florida and Alabama. GTC is headquartered in Tucker, Georgia, the US.
Georgia Transmission Corporation Key Recent Developments
Apr 05, 2016: Jack Waters Elected Director to Georgia Transmission Corporation Board
Apr 05, 2016: Steve Rawl, Sr. Re-elected to Georgia Transmission Corporation Board
Apr 05, 2016: Otis Jones Re-elected to Georgia Transmission Corporation Board
Apr 05, 2016: Charles Fendley Re-elected to Georgia Transmission Corporation Board
Oct 15, 2015: Georgia Transmission Corporation Signs 20-Year Agreement with Allied Fiber for Neutral Colocation and Dark Fiber
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Section 1 - About the Company 4
Georgia Transmission Corporation - Key Facts 4
Georgia Transmission Corporation - Key Employees 5
Georgia Transmission Corporation - Key Employee Biographies 6
Georgia Transmission Corporation - Major Products and Services 7
Georgia Transmission Corporation - History 8
Georgia Transmission Corporation - Company Statement 9
Georgia Transmission Corporation - Locations And Subsidiaries 11
Head Office 11
Section 2 Company Analysis 12
Georgia Transmission Corporation - Business Description 12
Georgia Transmission Corporation - SWOT Analysis 13
SWOT Analysis - Overview 13
Georgia Transmission Corporation - Strengths 13
Strength - Leading Market Position: Georgia 13
Strength - Strategic Significance: Georgia Tranmission Network 13
Georgia Transmission Corporation - Weaknesses 14
Weakness - Net Working Capital Deficit 14
Georgia Transmission Corporation - Opportunities 15
Opportunity - Focus on Alternative Energy Sources 15
Opportunity - Positive Demand for Electricity: the US 15
Opportunity - Expansion and Retrofitting Activities 15
Georgia Transmission Corporation - Threats 16
Threat - Operational Issues 16
Threat - Compliance with Environmental Regulations 16
Threat - Seasonal Variations and Climatic Conditions 16
Georgia Transmission Corporation - Key Competitors 17
Section 3 Companys Recent Developments 18
Apr 05, 2016: Jack Waters Elected Director to Georgia Transmission Corporation Board 18
Apr 05, 2016: Steve Rawl, Sr. Re-elected to Georgia Transmission Corporation Board 19
Apr 05, 2016: Otis Jones Re-elected to Georgia Transmission Corporation Board 20
Apr 05, 2016: Charles Fendley Re-elected to Georgia Transmission Corporation Board 21
Oct 15, 2015: Georgia Transmission Corporation Signs 20-Year Agreement with Allied Fiber for Neutral Colocation and Dark Fiber 22
Apr 28, 2015: GTC Re-elects Board Officers and Directors 23
Section 4 Appendix 24
About GlobalData 24
Contact Us 24
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Georgia Transmission Corporation, Key Facts 4
Georgia Transmission Corporation, Key Employees 5
Georgia Transmission Corporation, Key Employee Biographies 6
Georgia Transmission Corporation, Major Products and Services 7
Georgia Transmission Corporation, History 8
Georgia Transmission Corporation, Key Competitors 17
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