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Georgia Transmission Corporation - Strategic SWOT Analysis Review provides a comprehensive insight into the company’s history, corporate strategy, business structure and operations. The report contains a detailed SWOT analysis, information on the company’s key employees, key competitors and major products and services.This up-to-the-minute company report will help you to formulate strategies to drive your business by enabling you to understand your partners, customers and competitors better.Scope- 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 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.HighlightsGeorgia Transmission Corporation (GTC) is a not-for-profit cooperative. It is a member-owned electric transmission cooperative in Georgia. The corporation provides electric transmission and associated services to electric membership cooperatives (EMCs) of Georgia. These EMCs are the owners of the corporation and distribute power to residential, commercial, and industrial customers across the state. GTC also serves other power suppliers. GTC participates in the statewide network, the Integrated Transmission System (ITS), and jointly plans and operates Georgia's transmission lines and substations with Georgia Power, MEAG Power and Dalton Utilities. Its customers include power suppliers, power marketers and independent power producers. GTC is headquartered in Tucker, Georgia, the US.Georgia Transmission Corporation Key Recent DevelopmentsApr 28, 2015: GTC Re-elects Board Officers and DirectorsDec 20, 2013: Georgia Transmission Selects Jerry Donovan as CEOApr 10, 2013: USDA Announces Funding To Improve Electric Service In 13 StatesReasons to Buy- Gain key insights into the company for academic or business research purposes. Key elements such as SWOT analysis and corporate strategy are incorporated in the profile to assist your academic or business research needs.- 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 your 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 you with an up to date objective view of the company.- Examine potential investment and acquisition targets with this report’s detailed insight into the company’s strategic, business and operational performance.Note: Some sections may be missing if data is unavailable for the company.
Table of ContentsTable of Contents 2List of Tables 3Section 1 - About the Company 4Georgia Transmission Corporation - Key Facts 4Georgia Transmission Corporation - Key Employees 5Georgia Transmission Corporation - Key Employee Biographies 6Georgia Transmission Corporation - Major Products and Services 7Georgia Transmission Corporation - History 8Georgia Transmission Corporation - Company Statement 9Georgia Transmission Corporation - Locations And Subsidiaries 10Head Office 10Section 2 – Company Analysis 11Georgia Transmission Corporation - Business Description 11Georgia Transmission Corporation - SWOT Analysis 12SWOT Analysis - Overview 12Georgia Transmission Corporation - Strengths 12Strength - Key Electricity Supplier 12Strength - Transmission Network 12Georgia Transmission Corporation - Weaknesses 13Weakness - Declining Bottom Line 13Georgia Transmission Corporation - Opportunities 14Opportunity - Focus on Alternative Energy Sources 14Opportunity - Positive Demand for Electricity: the US 14Opportunity - Expansion and Retrofitting Activities 14Georgia Transmission Corporation - Threats 15Threat - Operational Issues 15Threat - Compliance with Environmental Regulations 15Threat - Volatility in Electricity Prices 15Georgia Transmission Corporation - Key Competitors 16Section 3 – Company’s Recent Developments 17Apr 28, 2015: GTC Re-elects Board Officers and Directors 17Jul 10, 2014: Georgia Transmission completes North Hall power line project in US 18Section 4 – Appendix 19Methodology 19About GlobalData 19Contact Us 19Disclaimer 19List of TablesGeorgia Transmission Corporation, Key Facts 4Georgia Transmission Corporation, Key Employees 5Georgia Transmission Corporation, Key Employee Biographies 6Georgia Transmission Corporation, Major Products and Services 7Georgia Transmission Corporation, History 8Georgia Transmission Corporation, Key Competitors 16