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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 5Company Snapshot 6Key Information 6Company Overview 6SWOT Snapshot 6Operational Metrics 7Tampa Electric Co, Operational Metrics, By Capacity 7Tampa Electric Co, Operational Metrics, By Transmission 7Tampa Electric Co, Operational Metrics, By Distribution 7Tampa Electric Co, Operational Metrics, By Customers 7Tampa Electric Co, Operational Metrics, By Segmental Information 7Tampa Electric Co, Operational Metrics, By Sales 8Tampa Electric Co, Solar PV Parks 9Tampa Electric Co, Solar PV Parks, United States 9Tampa Electric Co, Biopower Plants 10Tampa Electric Co, Biopower Plants, United States 10Tampa Electric Co, Thermal Power Plants 11Tampa Electric Co, Thermal Power Plants, United States 11Business Description 12Business Overview 12Major Products and Services 13History 14SWOT Analysis 16Overview 16Tampa Electric Co Strengths 16Diverse Generation Portfolio 16Business Model: Vertically-Integrated 16Tampa Electric Co Weaknesses 16Market Follower 16Tampa Electric Co Opportunities 17Prospects for Growth in Demand for Electricity: the US 17Strategic Investments 17Tampa Electric Co Threats 17Competition 17Volatility in Electricity Prices 17Clean Power Plan by EPA: the US 17Key Employees 18Locations And Subsidiaries 19Head Office 19Financial Deals Landscape 20Tampa Electric Co, Deals Summary 20Tampa Electric Co, Power, Deal Details 21Asset Transactions 21Tampa Electric to Invest USD6 Million in Tampa International Airport Solar Power Plant in Florida, US 21Debt Offering 22Tampa Electric Raises USD250 Million in Public Offering of 4.2% Notes Due 2045 22Tampa Electric Completes Public Offering Of 4.35% Notes Due 2044 For US$300 Million 24Tampa Electric Completes Public Offering Of 2.6% Notes Due 2022 For US$250 Million 26Tampa Electric Completes Public Offering Of 4.1% Notes Due 2042 For US$300 Million 27Recent Developments 28Tampa Electric Co - Recent Developments 28Jan 29, 2013: Tampa Electric To Deploy Trilliant's SecureMesh WAN 28May 17, 2012: Westinghouse And Ameren Missouri Form NexStart SMR Alliance To License And Deploy Westinghouse Small Modular Reactor Technology 28Sep 09, 2010: Tampa Electric To Capture And Sequester CO2 At Polk Power Station 29Jul 26, 2010: Tampa Electric To Participate In Two DOE Funded Projects Designed To Advance CO2 Capture Technologies 29Jun 15, 2010: Tampa Electric Launches 'Smart' Solar Pilot Project Featuring Petra Solar's Sunwave 30Mar 03, 2010: Tampa Electric To Construct 230,000V Power Transmission Line 30Dec 01, 2009: PSC Approves Utility Conservation Goals In Florida 30Sep 10, 2009: Tampa Electric Completes New Gas-fired Peaking Units 31Apr 20, 2009: Tampa Electric, USF And Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo To Launch New Renewable Energy Project 31Aug 04, 2008: Tampa, USF Partner With Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo To Develop New Solar Energy Project 32Nov 06, 2017: Regulators pave the way for Tampa Electric to significantly expand solar power 33Sep 18, 2017: Toronto Hydro crews finish work in Florida, now heading to Long Island 33Aug 25, 2017: Tampa likely to increase residential customers' monthly bill by 1% 33Aug 17, 2017: Tampa Electric restarts Big Bend Unit 2 34Jun 13, 2017: PSC Reports Increased Renewable Use by Consumers 34Jun 13, 2017: Florida Utilities Consider Joint Plant Operations to Save Electricity Costs 34Mar 29, 2017: Burns & McDonnell commissions 23MW Big Bend Solar Project in Florida 35Feb 26, 2017: TTI-FSS completes 507kW solar system installation at its Tampa facility in US 35Feb 15, 2017: Tampa Electric completes bay area's largest solar project 36Jan 16, 2017: Tampa Electric completes expansion of Polk Power Station 36Dec 14, 2016: Tampa Electric completes large-scale solar array at LEGOLAND Florida Resort 36Nov 16, 2016: Tampa Electric to demolish original striped chimney at Big Bend power plant 37Nov 02, 2016: Regulators approve reduction of Tampa Electric bills in January 37Feb 11, 2016: Tampa Electric Opens Its Largest Solar Project at Tampa International Airport 38Jan 21, 2016: Tampa Electric sending crews to North Carolina to help restore power 38Dec 03, 2015: PSC Finalizes 2016 Cost Recovery for Florida Electric Utilities 38Oct 13, 2015: Tampa Electric Goes Live on Allegro Commodity Management 39Sep 15, 2015: PSC Approves Streamlined Tariff Changes For TECO And Peoples Gas 40Sep 01, 2015: Tampa Electric customer bills to drop in January to reflect reduced fuel costs 40Jul 21, 2015: Florida PSC Approves Utilities' Demand Side Management Plans 40Apr 09, 2015: Innovative reclaimed water project is now operating at Polk Power Station 41Mar 02, 2015: Lake Alfred residents' electric bills to rise due to city's increased franchise fee 42Oct 20, 2014: PSC Cost Recovery Hearing Set for Wednesday 42Apr 09, 2014: DOE Marks Major Milestone with Startup of Recovery Act Demonstration Project 42Dec 16, 2013: Florida's Tampa Electric Selects ESG for Energy Efficiency Software Platform 42Nov 20, 2013: Tampa Electric receives approval to expand Polk power plant in US 43Nov 04, 2013: PSC Decides 2014 Cost Recovery for Florida Electric Utilities 43Sep 11, 2013: PSC Approves Settlement Agreement for TECO 44Sep 06, 2013: Tampa Electric, Other Parties Compromise on Customer Rates 44Jun 25, 2013: Florida PSC Approves Contracts To Encourage Renewable Energy Production 45May 24, 2013: Florida PSC To Conduct Customer Service Hearings For Tampa Electric's Base Rate Request 45Apr 05, 2013: Tampa Electric Files Formal Request With Florida PSC For Rate Increase 45Dec 12, 2012: Tampa Electric Receives Approval From Florida PSC For Polk Power Plant Conversion 46Nov 05, 2012: Florida's PSC Sets Fuel Cost Recovery Charges For Three Utilities 46Nov 01, 2012: Florida PSC To Hold Fuel Cost Recovery Hearing For Five Power Utilities 47Aug 22, 2012: Tampa Electric Plans To Expand Polk Power Station In Florida 47Mar 16, 2012: Tampa Electric Seeks Additional Power Sources For 2017 47Mar 13, 2012: Florida PSC Approves Electric Utilities's Long-Term Energy Emergency Plans 48Nov 02, 2011: Florida PSC Sets 2012 Cost Recovery Amounts For Investor-owned Electric Utilities 48Oct 28, 2011: Florida PSC To Hold Hearings For 2012 Fuel And Purchased Power Recovery Charges 49Sep 01, 2011: Tampa Electric Files Projected Costs For Fuel And Other Clauses With Florida PSC 49May 02, 2011: Tampa Electric Offers New Energy-Efficiency Programs And Increased Rebates On Existing Programs 49Apr 21, 2011: Customers Claim $1m In Tampa Electric Rebates To Install Photovoltaic Systems 52Apr 15, 2011: Tampa Electric To Pay Rebates For New Solar Installations 52Jan 11, 2011: Florida PSC Orders FPL To Revise Conservation Plan 53Dec 01, 2010: Tampa Electric Receives FPSC Approval To Expand Energy-Efficiency Programs And Incentives 53Nov 30, 2010: Florida PSC Approves Tampa Electric's Conservation Plan 55Aug 17, 2010: Florida PSC Approves Tampa Electric's Refund Settlement Agreement 55Jun 15, 2010: Tampa Electric Launches Smart Solar Pilot Project Featuring Petra Solar's Sunwave Systems On Poles 55Jun 02, 2010: Tampa Electric Completes 10-Year, $1.2 Billion Environmental Investment And Emissions Reduction Program 56Jun 01, 2010: PSC Approves Dismissal Of Tampa Electric's Petition 56Mar 31, 2010: Tampa Electric Files For Approval From FPSC To Expand Energy-Efficiency Programs And Incentives 56Jun 05, 2009: Tampa Electric Files Request With FPSC To Increase Its Energy-Efficiency Efforts By 70% Over Next 10 Years 58Apr 27, 2009: Tampa Electric completes construction of two gas-fired peaking units 58Apr 27, 2009: Tampa Electric Announces Completion Of Construction Of Two 60 MW Gas-Fired Peaking Units In Florida 59Sep 28, 2017: Tampa Electric expands solar power usage 59Jan 13, 2015: SheerWind to Install 200 KW Wind Power Pilot Project for Tampa Electric 60Oct 28, 2014: Tampa Electric Co. Chooses Intelligent Notification From MIR3 as Tool for Emergency Communications 61Jul 31, 2014: Robins & Morton awarded construction contract for Tampa Electric's Polk Power Station expansion project 61Apr 15, 2013: Alstom To Supply New Steam Turbine Generator For Tampa Electric's Polk Power Station 61Oct 25, 2011: Comverge Announces Its Selection By Tampa Electric For Automated Residential Price Response Program 62Feb 28, 2011: EnerNOC Extends Demand Response Contract With Tampa Electric Through 2016 62Jul 06, 2010: Shaw Wins Contract For Development Of Warm Syngas Cleaning Technology 62Dec 15, 2009: Tampa Electric Receives Approval For Its Contract To Purchase Solar Power Supplied By Energy 5.0 63Mar 09, 2009: Tampa Electric To Buy Solar Power From Energy 5.0 63May 08, 2008: TEi Construction Services Completes Construction For Tampa Electric's Big Bend Upgrade 64Feb 12, 2008: PWR Signs Agreement With Tampa For Five 60 MW FT8 SWIFTPAC Units 64Appendix 65Report Scope 65GlobalData Coverage 65Benchmarking 65GlobalData's Methodology 65Secondary Research 65Primary Research 66Contact Us 66Disclaimer 66List of TablesTampa Electric Co, Key Facts 6Tampa Electric Co, Operational Metrics, Capacity 7Tampa Electric Co, Operational Metrics, Transmission 7Tampa Electric Co, Operational Metrics, Distribution 7Tampa Electric Co, Operational Metrics, Customers 7Tampa Electric Co, Operational Metrics, Segmental Information 8Tampa Electric Co, Operational Metrics, Sales 8Tampa Electric Co, Solar PV Parks, United States 9Tampa Electric Co, Biopower Plants, United States 10Tampa Electric Co, Thermal Power Plants, United States 11Major Products and Services 13Tampa Electric Co, SWOT Analysis 16Tampa Electric Co, Key Employees 18Tampa Electric Co, Deals Summary 20Tampa Electric to Invest USD6 Million in Tampa International Airport Solar Power Plant in Florida, US 21Tampa Electric Raises USD250 Million in Public Offering of 4.2% Notes Due 2045 22Tampa Electric Completes Public Offering Of 4.35% Notes Due 2044 For US$300 Million 24Tampa Electric Completes Public Offering Of 2.6% Notes Due 2022 For US$250 Million 26Tampa Electric Completes Public Offering Of 4.1% Notes Due 2042 For US$300 Million 27