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Electricity Supply Board - 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.HighlightsElectricity Supply Board (ESB) owned by Irish Government, is a diversified and vertically integrated utility that generates, transmits, and distributes and supplies electricity and gas. The company builds, owns and maintains transmission and distribution networks. It offers meter reading, and new connection services. ESB provides engineering, operations and maintenance, and consultancy services; invests in renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors; owns fiber optic broadband network and network of independent mobile phone towers; deploys fiber to the building network. The company also offers technologies and business model development support; operates national charging infrastructure; and commercial services in electromobility sectors. It operates across Ireland, the UK and other countries. ESB is headquartered in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.Electricity Supply Board Key Recent DevelopmentsOct 15, 2015: ESB opens new €33m Woodhouse Wind Farm in County WaterfordSep 25, 2015: ESB announces interim results for 2015Sep 03, 2015: IIEA and ESB to host major international Energy Summit on 18 September 2015Jul 30, 2015: ecarNI set for future development as control of charge point network moves to ESB GroupJul 06, 2015: Call for Applications to ESB's Energy for Generations Community FundReasons 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 4List of Figures 5Section 1 - About the Company 6Electricity Supply Board - Key Facts 6Electricity Supply Board - Key Employees 7Electricity Supply Board - Key Employee Biographies 8Electricity Supply Board - Major Products and Services 9Electricity Supply Board, Share of Installed Capacity by Region (Power Generation), 10Electricity Supply Board - History 11Electricity Supply Board - Company Statement 15Electricity Supply Board - Locations And Subsidiaries 17Head Office 17Other Locations & Subsidiaries 17Joint Venture 19Section 2 – Company Analysis 20Electricity Supply Board - Business Description 20Electricity Supply Board - Corporate Strategy 21Electricity Supply Board - SWOT Analysis 22SWOT Analysis - Overview 22Electricity Supply Board - Strengths 22Strength - Vertical Integration 22Strength - Business Performance: Electric Ireland 22Strength - Market Position 22Strength - Operating Performance 22Electricity Supply Board - Weaknesses 23Weakness - Business Performance: Generation and Wholesale Markets 23Electricity Supply Board - Opportunities 24Opportunity - Smarter PAYG Application 24Opportunity - Positive Outlook for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations: the UK 24Opportunity - Strategic Initiatives 24Opportunity - Favorable Renewable Policies: European Union 24Electricity Supply Board - Threats 25Threat - Transmission and Distribution Network Safety 25Threat - Volatile Electricity Prices 25Threat - Electricity Wholesale Market Risks 25Threat - Copper Thievery 25Electricity Supply Board - Key Competitors 26Section 3 – Company’s Power Financial Deals and Alliances 27Electricity Supply Board, Power, Deals By Year, 2010 to YTD 2016 27Electricity Supply Board, Power, Deals By Type, 2010 to YTD 2016 28Electricity Supply Board, Clean Technology, Deals By Year, 2010 to YTD 2016 29Electricity Supply Board, Clean Technology, Deals By Type, 2010 to YTD 2016 30Electricity Supply Board, Recent Deals Summary 31Section 4 – Company’s Recent Developments 32Oct 15, 2015: ESB opens new €33m Woodhouse Wind Farm in County Waterford 32Sep 25, 2015: ESB announces interim results for 2015 33Sep 03, 2015: IIEA and ESB to host major international Energy Summit on 18 September 2015 34Jul 30, 2015: ecarNI set for future development as control of charge point network moves to ESB Group 35Jul 06, 2015: Call for Applications to ESB's Energy for Generations Community Fund 36Jun 10, 2015: ESB Powering Potential Expo Opens in Dublin 37May 12, 2015: KINGSPAN ESB JV Unlocks £320M Savings Potential of Solar PV for Northern Ireland Businesses 38May 05, 2015: Electric Vehicle Drivers To benefit From Designated EV Charging Spaces in Cork City 39Apr 28, 2015: ESB and Coriolis Energy agree partnership to develop 400MW of onshore wind in England and Scotland 40Apr 02, 2015: Four Irish SMEs win funding to develop innovative communal electric vehicle charging solutions 41Section 5 – Appendix 42Methodology 42About GlobalData 42Contact Us 42Disclaimer 42List of TablesElectricity Supply Board, Key Facts 6Electricity Supply Board, Key Employees 7Electricity Supply Board, Key Employee Biographies 8Electricity Supply Board, Major Products and Services 9Electricity Supply Board, Share of Installed Capacity by Region, MW, 10Electricity Supply Board, History 11Electricity Supply Board, Subsidiaries 17Electricity Supply Board, Joint Venture 19Electricity Supply Board, Key Competitors 26Electricity Supply Board, Power, Deals By Year, 2010 to YTD 2016 27Electricity Supply Board, Power, Deals By Type, 2010 to YTD 2016 28Electricity Supply Board, Clean Technology, Deals By Year, 2010 to YTD 2016 29Electricity Supply Board, Clean Technology, Deals By Type, 2010 to YTD 2016 30Electricity Supply Board, Recent Deals Summary 31Units 42List of FiguresElectricity Supply Board, Share of Installed Capacity by Region, MW, 10Electricity Supply Board, Power, Deals By Year, 2010 to YTD 2016 27Electricity Supply Board, Power, Deals by Type, 2010 to YTD 2016 28Electricity Supply Board, Clean Technology, Deals By Year, 2010 to YTD 2016 29Electricity Supply Board, Clean Technology, Deals by Type, 2010 to YTD 2016 30