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Online PR News – 11-January-2010 – – Scope:
Top 10 Global Multi-utility Companies Report: Strategic evaluation of industry and key players’ is a business report that provides a comprehensive view of the multi-utility industry and its top 10 companies.
The report includes the following:
– Industry analysis including market value, market share, and market segmentation
– Assessment of intensity of competition based on five-forces model including degree of rivalry, substitutes, new entrants, buyer power and supplier power
– SWOT and 5-year financial analysis of top 10 players in the industry
– Descriptive profiles of the leading players including the strategic initiatives undertaken in the last 12 months
The top 10 companies have been ascertained based on their global revenues for the year ended 2008.
In 2008, the 50 biggest multi-utilities companies generated total revenues of $669.4 billion, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.3% for the period spanning 2004–08.
The US and European regions dominate the global multi-utilities sector in 2008, capturing a collective share of 97.4% of the global sector’s value. Within the two regions, the multi-utilities sector in the US accounted for a value of $355.6 billion, equivalent to 53.1% of the global multi-utilities sector revenues. In comparison, the European utilities sector generated revenues of $296.4 billion, equating to 44.3% of the global value.
The top 10 global multi-utility companies have witnessed a robust revenue growth during 2006–08. Iberdrola recorded the highest revenue growth, at a CAGR of 51%. This significant increase in revenue is due to the contribution of subsidiary ScottishPower, as well as the rise in sales in Mexico and Guatemala regions. Furthermore, the increase in the sales of renewables business due to the capacity additions in the US, UK, and Spain, and the renewable energy activities of ScottishPower also contributed to the rise in revenues. Similarly, the revenues of Enel increased at a CAGR of 26%. However, the revenues of TEPCO increased only at a CAGR of 2% during the same period.
Reasons to Purchase
– Gain insights into the industry, leading companies and competitors through a single report
– Benchmark the leading players using 5-year financial analysis, ratios and adjusted financial statement data
– Form opinions about key players using SWOT Analysis to understand internal factors (strengths and weaknesses) and external factors (opportunities and threats) influencing the companies
– Determine industry attractiveness from five-forces analysis of constituent segments
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