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SummaryThe report contains a detailed description of the power generation company's business operations, history, corporate strategy, and business structure. This report contains a detailed SWOT analysis, information on key employees (executives), and major products and services.Scope- Major Power Plants (assets) - summarized and detailed information about the power plants (assets).- Operational Metrics (capacity, generation, revenue, sales, number of consumers).- Business description - A detailed description of the company's operations and business divisions.- Corporate strategy - GlobalData's summarization of the company's business strategy.- SWOT analysis - A detailed analysis of the company's 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- Key employees - A list of the key executives and personnel heading key departments/functions.- Executive biographies - A brief summary of the executives' employment history.- Financial deals - Coverage of key financial deals from 2006 onwards, depending upon information availability- Important locations and subsidiaries - A list of key locations and subsidiaries of the company, including contact details.* Note: Some sections may be missing if data is unavailable for the company.Reasons to buy- Gain key insights into the company for academic or business research purposes. Key elements such as SWOT analysis, corporate strategy and major products and services are incorporated in the profile to assist in various business decisions (M&A and JV).- Identify potential customers and suppliers with this report's analysis of the company's business structure, operations, major products and services and business strategy.- Understand and respond to competitors' business structure and strategies with GlobalData's detailed SWOT analysis. In this, the company's core strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats are analyzed, providing an up to date objective view of the company.
Table of ContentsTable of Contents 2List of Tables 4Company Snapshot 5Key Information 5Company Overview 5SWOT Snapshot 5Operational Metrics 6Lincoln Electric System, Operational Metrics, By Capacity 6Lincoln Electric System, Operational Metrics, By Customers 6Lincoln Electric System, Operational Metrics, By Segmental Information 6Lincoln Electric System, Operational Metrics, By Sales 7Lincoln Electric System, Wind Farms 8Lincoln Electric System, Wind Farms, United States 8Lincoln Electric System, Solar PV Parks 9Lincoln Electric System, Solar PV Parks, United States 9Lincoln Electric System, Thermal Power Plants 10Lincoln Electric System, Thermal Power Plants, United States 10Business Description 12Business Overview 12Major Products and Services 13History 14SWOT Analysis 16Overview 16Lincoln Electric System Strengths 16Business Model: Integrated Operations 16Wide Customer Base 16Leading Market Position 16Lincoln Electric System Weaknesses 17Cost Efficiency 17Lincoln Electric System Opportunities 17Strategic Initiatives 17Prospects for Growth in Demand for Electricity: the US 17Growth in Demand for Wind Energy: the US 17Lincoln Electric System Threats 17Copper Theft 17Fluctuations in Demand and Power Loses 18Tampering of Meters 18Key Employees 19Company Statement 20Locations And Subsidiaries 21Head Office 21Other Locations & Subsidiaries 21Recent Developments 22Lincoln Electric System - Recent Developments 22Jun 06, 2009: LES Applies For $33.5 Million DOE Grant For Smart Grid 22Sep 23, 2013: LES begins public process on 2014 budget, rates 22May 20, 2013: LES Plans To Triple Wind Power Capacity By 2015 22Jan 20, 2012: LES To Construct New 115kV Transmission Line 23Nov 16, 2010: LES To Select Route For 115kV Transmission Line In Nebraska, US 23Mar 15, 2010: LES Reports Operating Revenues Of $245.70 Million In 2009 24Jul 22, 2016: LES customers hit annual high for power use 24Jun 10, 2016: LES summer electric rates go into effect June 1 24Jan 06, 2016: LES hosts online open house on 2016 construction projects 24Jan 05, 2016: LES offers customers $3 million in Sustainable Energy Program incentives 25Dec 04, 2015: LES to host public meeting on renewable rate revisions 25Oct 19, 2015: LES' 2015 Sustainable Energy Program funds reserved 25Sep 18, 2015: LES proposes no systemwide rate increase in 2016 26Jul 21, 2015: LES identifies preferred route for Southeast Reliability Project 26Apr 17, 2015: LES will pay $12.4 million to local governments 27Apr 04, 2015: LES urges customers to think ahead, be prepared for severe-weather outages 27Feb 23, 2015: LES purchases land for second service center 27Oct 02, 2014: LES Southwest Reliability Project underway 28Aug 23, 2014: LES to install two EV stations in Lincoln City, US 28Jul 18, 2014: LES Board authorizes community solar project 28Oct 18, 2013: Board approves LES' proposed 2014 budget, rate adjustment 29Jul 01, 2013: LES Sustainable Energy Program funds expended or reserved; appliance recycling program underway 29Jan 16, 2013: LES Releases Five-year Integrated Resource Plan To Meet Rising Energy Needs 30Jan 09, 2013: LES To Host Open House To Discuss Power Construction Projects For 2013 In Lincoln 30Nov 06, 2012: LES To Hold Open House For 2013 Duct Installation Project In Lincoln, Nebraska 30Nov 01, 2012: LES' Approves 2013 Proposed Budget And Electricity Rate Adjustment 30Sep 25, 2012: LES Begins Public Process On 2013 Budget And Rates 31Sep 06, 2012: LES To Hold Open House On Transmission Line Rebuild 31Aug 22, 2012: LES Determines Solution For 63rd And Leighton Transmission Pole 32Aug 22, 2012: LES Provides More Than $1.9m To Fund Energy-Efficiency Initiatives 32Jul 26, 2012: LES Identifies Preferred Route For Southwest Reliability Project 33Jul 24, 2012: LES Identifies Alternatives For 63rd And Leighton Transmission Pole 33Jul 06, 2012: LES To Hold Open House For Duct Installation Project 33May 25, 2012: LES To Outline Duct Installation Project 33May 16, 2012: LES To Present Route Options For Southwest Reliability Project 34Feb 20, 2012: LES Approves Revised Policy And Guidelines For Customer-owned Generation 34Jan 20, 2012: LES Approves Temporary Credit To Refund CSAPR Costs 35Nov 04, 2011: LES Approves 2012 Operating Budget 35Oct 14, 2011: LES Provides Update On Central Lincoln Reliability Project 36Sep 16, 2011: LES Proposes 2012 Operating Budget 37Aug 30, 2011: LES Provides Update On Central Lincoln Reliability Project 38Jul 27, 2011: NPPD Announces Inauguration Of Two New, Direct-Drive Wind Turbines At Springview II Wind Facility 39Jul 12, 2011: TMCO Installs New Solar Energy Technology In Lincoln, US 39Jun 17, 2011: LES Seeks Public Input On 115kV Transmission Line Rebuild In Leighton, US 39May 20, 2011: LES To Proceed With Negotiations For Wind Energy At New Site In Nebraska, US 40Apr 21, 2011: LES To Inspect Transmission Lines To Perform Field Inspection And Documentation For Maintenance Purposes 40Apr 15, 2011: LES Announces Update On Available Resources For Electricity Demand In 2011 Summer 40Mar 22, 2011: LES To Map Information About Vegetation And Other Potential Clearance Issues Of Its Transmission Lines 40Feb 14, 2011: LES To Begin Work On Electric Distribution Lines 41Jan 28, 2011: LES' Sustainable Energy Program Help Customers Save Energy 41Jan 21, 2011: LES Announces Changes To Administrative Board 42Jan 03, 2011: LES Appoints Laura Kapustka As Vice President And CFO 42Dec 23, 2010: LES Begins Work To Bury Overhead Electric Line As Part Of Block 38 Project 42Jul 16, 2010: LES Appoints Arthur Parks As Member Of Administrative Board 42Jun 18, 2010: LES To Release Possible Routes For 115kV Central Lincoln Transmission Line 43Jun 11, 2010: LES To Offer Various Route Alternatives At Open House For Central Lincoln Transmission Line 43Jun 07, 2010: LES Energizes 13.8 Mile, 115kV Rebuilt Transmission Line 43Apr 16, 2010: LES Appoints Kevin Wailes As Administrator And CEO 43Apr 05, 2010: Lincoln Electric Selects James Webb As Administrator And CEO 44Feb 19, 2010: LES Appoints Jerry Hudgins To Administrative Board 44Jan 15, 2010: Lincoln Electric Appoints Officers For Its Administrative Board 44Apr 07, 2015: Lincoln Electric System Expands Contract with Itron to Complete Meter Replacement Project 45Dec 19, 2014: LES announces new wind, solar 45Oct 04, 2012: LES Seeks To Reduce Carbon Footprint With Rackwise DCIM X In Lincoln, Nebraska 46Jan 21, 2011: Lincoln Electric System Approves 10MW From Laredo Ridge Wind Plant 46Appendix 47Report Scope 47GlobalData Coverage 47Benchmarking 47GlobalData's Methodology 47Secondary Research 47Primary Research 47Contact Us 48Disclaimer 48List of TablesLincoln Electric System, Key Facts 5Lincoln Electric System, Operational Metrics, Capacity 6Lincoln Electric System, Operational Metrics, Customers 6Lincoln Electric System, Operational Metrics, Segmental Information 6Lincoln Electric System, Operational Metrics, Sales 7Lincoln Electric System, Wind Farms, United States 8Lincoln Electric System, Solar PV Parks, United States 9Lincoln Electric System, Thermal Power Plants, United States 10Major Products and Services 13Lincoln Electric System, SWOT Analysis 16Lincoln Electric System, Key Employees 19Lincoln Electric System, Other Locations 21