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The AES Corporation - Overview, Contact Details, Locations, Key executives, Power Plant Information, Business Description and SWOT Analysis

Description: The AES Corporation - Overview, Contact Details, Locations, Key executives, Power Plant Information, Business Description and SWOT Analysis Summary The report" The AES Corporation- Company Overview, Contact Details, Locations, Key Executives, Power Plant Information, Business Description and SWOT" contains the profile of the company that is involved in the field of power generation from thermal sources (coal, oil and gas).It contains a detailed description of the company's business operations (power plants, installed capacity, and generation), history, corporate strategy, and business structure. This report contains a detailed SWOT analysis, information on key employees (executives), key competitors, 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 ­ Our 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 competitors ­ A list of key competitors. - Key employees ­ A list of the key executives - 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. 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 Our 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.

Contents:

1 1.1 List of Tables 2 Company Snapshot 2.1 Key Information 2.2 Company Overview 2.3 Industry Outlook ­ Biomass 2.4 Industry Outlook ­ Hydro 2.5 Industry Outlook ­ Power Generation

2.6 Industry Outlook ­ Wind 2.7 SWOT Snapshot 3 Operational Metrics 3.1 The AES Corporation, Operational Metrics, By Capacity 3.2 The AES Corporation, Operational Metrics, By Sales 4 The AES Corporation, Wind Farms 4.1 The AES Corporation, Wind Farms, Bulgaria 4.2 The AES Corporation, Wind Farms, China 4.3 The AES Corporation, Wind Farms, France 4.4 The AES Corporation, Wind Farms, Israel 4.5 The AES Corporation, Wind Farms, United Kingdom 4.6 The AES Corporation, Wind Farms, United States 5 The AES Corporation, Hydro Power Plants 5.1 The AES Corporation, Hydro Power Plants, Argentina 5.2 The AES Corporation, Hydro Power Plants, Brazil 5.3 The AES Corporation, Hydro Power Plants, China 5.4 The AES Corporation, Hydro Power Plants, Colombia 5.5 The AES Corporation, Hydro Power Plants, Georgia 5.6 The AES Corporation, Hydro Power Plants, Panama 5.7 The AES Corporation, Hydro Power Plants, Turkey 6 The AES Corporation, Biomass Power Plants 6.1 The AES Corporation, Biomass Power Plants, Brazil 6.2 The AES Corporation, Biomass Power Plants, Chile 6.3 The AES Corporation, Biomass Power Plants, Hungary 7 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants 7.1 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Argentina 7.2 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Australia 7.3 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Brazil 7.4 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Cameroon 7.5 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Chile 7.6 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, China 7.7 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Czech Republic 7.8 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Dominican Republic 7.9 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Hungary 7.10 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, India 7.11 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Jordan 7.12 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Kazakhstan 7.13 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Mexico 7.14 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Nigeria 7.15 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Oman 7.16 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Pakistan 7.17 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Philippines 7.18 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Puerto Rico 7.19 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Qatar 7.20 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, South Africa 7.21 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Spain 7.22 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Sri Lanka 7.23 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, United Kingdom 7.24 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, United States 7.25 The AES Corporation, Thermal Power Plants, Venezuela 8 Business Description 8.1 Business Overview 9 Major Products and Services 10 History 11 SWOT Analysis 11.1 Overview 11.2 The AES Corporation Strengths 11.2.1 Well Diversified Geographically 11.2.2 Strong Foothold in the Market 11.2.3 Diverse Generation Portfolio 11.2.4 Long-Term Power Purchasing Agreements 11.2.5 Growth Prospects 11.3 The AES Corporation Weaknesses

11.3.1 Large Financial Obligations 11.3.2 Decline in Financial Performance 11.3.3 Limited Investor Confidence 11.3.4 Lawsuits against the Company 11.4 The AES Corporation Opportunities 11.4.1 Renewable Energy Projects 11.4.2 Increasing Demand for Electricity 11.4.3 Focus on High Growth Markets 11.5 The AES Corporation Threats 11.5.1 Change in Market Conditions 11.5.2 Changes in Government Regulations 11.5.3 Highly Intensified Competition 11.6 Financial Ratios - Capital Market Ratios 11.7 Financial Ratios - Annual Ratios 11.8 Financial Ratios - Interim Ratios 12 Key Employees 13 Key Employee Biographies 14 Company Statement 15 Locations And Subsidiaries 15.1 Head Office 15.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 16 Recent Developments 16.1 License Rounds 16.1.1 Jul 25, 2008: Bangladesh Receives Only One Bid For Its 450 MW Bibiyana Power Plant 16.2 License Awards 16.2.1 Apr 15, 2010: NYSPSC Approves Construction Of Energy Storage System 16.2.2 Dec 17, 2009: FERC Authorizes LNG Terminal By Jordan Cove, Reaffirms AES Sparrows Point 16.2.3 Apr 07, 2009: AES Highgrove's Proposal For Construction Of 300 MW Power Station In California Rebuffed 16.2.4 Dec 30, 2008: AES To Receive Approval From Vietnam For Coal Fired Power Plant 16.2.5 Nov 26, 2008: AES Receives Approval From West Virginia For Laurel Mountain Wind Project 16.2.6 Aug 06, 2008: Mei Golan Receives Conditional License To Build 400 MW Wind Farm In Golan, Israel 16.2.7 Jun 19, 2008: AES, Acciona, EDP Renovaveis Receives Approval For 229 MW Wind Farm 16.3 Strategy and Business Expansion 16.3.1 Aug 10, 2010: AES Dominicana To Construct Natural Gas-Fuelled Power Plant In Los Mina, Dominican Republic 16.3.2 Jan 10, 2010: AES Plans To Set Up 82.5 MW Wind Farm In California 16.3.3 Oct 23, 2009: Sinovel, AES Signs Strategic Framework Agreement 16.3.4 Sep 06, 2009: AES, Mei Golan To Partner For 200 MW Wind Farm In Golan Heights, Israel 16.3.5 Aug 27, 2009: AES Plans Sale Of Its Power Plants In Pakistan 16.3.6 Jun 28, 2009: AES Wind Plans To Build Clinton-Tipton County Windmill Project In Ohio 16.3.7 Dec 16, 2008: AES Geo Signs Agreement To Build Wind Farm In Bulgaria 16.3.8 Oct 09, 2008: AES Commences Construction Of Windfarm Project In Pennsylvania 16.3.9 Sep 17, 2008: Greenhouse Gas, AES Sign Agreement With Google For Carbon Offset Projects 16.3.10 Jul 03, 2008: AES Expands Its Wind Platform in China 16.3.11 Feb 14, 2008: AES Plans To Build Wind Farm In West Virginia 16.3.12 Aug 09, 2007: AES Expands Wind Generation Business Into China 16.4 Drilling and Production Updates 16.4.1 Sep 24, 2008: AES Commences Operations Of Buffalo Gap 3 Wind Farm Expansion, Texas 16.5 Financial Announcements 16.5.1 Aug 06, 2010: AES Reports Revenues Of $4.02 Billion In Q2 2010 16.5.2 May 07, 2010: AES Reports Revenues Of $4.1 Billion For Q1 2010 16.5.3 Feb 26, 2010: AES Reports Net Income Of $658 Million In 2009 16.5.4 Nov 06, 2009: AES Reports Net Income Of $440 Million In Q3 2009 16.5.5 Aug 07, 2009: AES Reports Net Revenues Of $3.5 Billion In Q2 2009 16.5.6 May 08, 2009: AES Reports Net Income Of $501 Million In Q1 2009 16.5.7 Feb 26, 2009: AES Reports 2008 Results 16.5.8 Nov 06, 2008: AES Declares 3Q 2008 Results 16.5.9 Aug 08, 2008: AES Declares 2Q 2008 Results 16.5.10 May 08, 2008: AES Declares Q1 2008 Results

16.5.11 Mar 17, 2008: AES Declares Q4 2007 Results 16.5.12 Nov 06, 2007: AES Declares Q3 2007 Results 16.5.13 Aug 09, 2007: AES Declares Q2 2007 Results 16.5.14 May 23, 2007: AES Declares Q4 2006 Results 16.6 Other Significant Developments 16.6.1 Oct 04, 2010: AES Commences Development On Expansion Of Masinloc Power Generation Facility In Philippines 16.6.2 Sep 01, 2010: AES Submits EOI To Build Thermal Power Plant At Jagidishpur, Bhagalpur 16.6.3 Aug 27, 2010: AES Announces Start Of Commercial Operations At 16MW Damlapinar Hydro Power Facility In Turkey 16.6.4 Aug 10, 2010: AES Energy Orders A123 Systems' SGSS For New Projects 16.6.5 Jul 08, 2010: AES Wind Announces Commercial Operation Of 49.5MW Huanghua Phase II And 49.5MW Dongqi Wind Projects In China 16.6.6 May 10, 2010: DLA Piper Advises On Foreign Invested Power Project In Vietnam 16.6.7 Apr 06, 2010: Jordan And AES Discuss On Possible Cooperation In Power Generation 16.6.8 Jan 25, 2010: AES Implements Paragon Airheater's Sealing Solution For Its Operations In Dominican Republic 16.6.9 Jan 06, 2010: ODEC And AES Wind Announce Start Up Of Armenia Mountain Wind Farm In Pennsylvania, US 16.6.10 Jan 04, 2010: AES Announces Commercial Operation Of Armenia Mountain Wind Farm, US 16.6.11 Dec 15, 2009: AES Announces Commercial Operation Of 86 MW Power Plant In Cameroon 16.6.12 Nov 22, 2009: Public Hearing Due For AES Wind Generation's Wind Farm In Clinton County, Indiana 16.6.13 Nov 18, 2009: AES Installs Energy Storage System In Chile 16.6.14 Oct 05, 2009: AES' 156 MW Wind Farm To Be Inaugurated In Bulgaria 16.6.15 Sep 16, 2009: AES Begins Commercial Operation Of 49.5 MW Wind Farm In China 16.6.16 Sep 16, 2009: AES Starts Commercial Operations Of Three New Facilities Totaling 582MW In Chile, China And Jordan 16.6.17 Sep 09, 2009: AES's Unit 5 At Alamitos Gas-Fired Power Plant Resumes Services 16.6.18 Sep 03, 2009: AES's 485MW Unit 5 At Alamitos Gas-Fired Power Plant Resumes Services 16.6.19 Aug 13, 2009: AES 495MW Unit 6 At Alamitos Gas-Fired Power Plant Resumes Services 16.6.20 Aug 12, 2009: AES 495MW Unit 6 At Alamitos Gas-Fired Power Plant Went Offline 16.6.21 Jul 27, 2009: AES' Unit 5 At Alamitos Gas-Fired Power Plant Went Offline 16.6.22 Jul 27, 2009: AES Alamitos Unit 5 Resumes Services, Unit 6 Went Offline 16.6.23 Jul 23, 2009: AES's Unit 6 At Alamitos Gas-Fired Power Plant Resumes Services 16.6.24 Jul 15, 2009: AES's Unit 6 At Alamitos Gas-Fired Power Plant Went Offline 16.6.25 Jun 25, 2009: AES's Unit 5 At Alamitos Gas-Fired Power Plant Resumes Services 16.6.26 Jun 24, 2009: AES's Unit 5 At Alamitos Gas-Fired Power Plant Offline 16.6.27 May 07, 2009: AES Restarts 485 MW Unit 5 At Alamitos Natural Gas-Fired Station Located In California 16.6.28 May 05, 2009: AES Closes 485 MW Unit 5 At Alamitos Natural Gas-Fired Power Plant In California 16.6.29 Apr 27, 2009: AES Elects Samuel W. Bodman And Tarun Khanna To Its Board 16.6.30 Apr 24, 2009: AES's 495 MW Unit 6 At Alamitos Gas-Fired Power Plant In California Returns To Service 16.6.31 Apr 20, 2009: AES's Unit 1 And 2 Of Its Huntington Beach Gas Power Plant In California Returns To Service 16.6.32 Apr 16, 2009: AES's 485 MW Unit 5 At Alamitos Gas-Fired Power Plant In California Resumes Operation 16.6.33 Apr 13, 2009: AES Redondo Beach Power Plant's Two Gas Power Units Go Offline In California 16.6.34 Apr 07, 2009: CONSOL Energy, AES Greenidge Declare Successful Demonstration Of MultiPollutant Control Technology For Small Coal-Fired Power Stations 16.6.35 Apr 07, 2009: CONSOL Energy And AES Greenidge Demonstrate Multi-Pollutant Control Technology For Smaller Coal-Fired Power Plants 16.6.36 Apr 06, 2009: AES Corporation Closes 904 MW Natural Gas Fired Power Plant In California 16.6.37 Feb 02, 2009: Israeli Defense Ministry Lifts Golan Wind Farm Opposition 16.6.38 Dec 23, 2008: AES's Subsidiary Secures GBP35.1 Million Financing From Barclays 16.6.39 Dec 17, 2008: AES Elects New Board Member 16.6.40 Nov 19, 2008: A123 Delivers And Installs H-APU At AES 16.6.41 Nov 11, 2008: AES Appoints SVP And CIO 16.6.42 Aug 27, 2008: AES To Invest $3 Billion In Seven Coal-Fired Power Stations In Chile 16.6.43 Jul 27, 2008: AES To Invest $1.2 Billion To Raise Cameroon's Electricity By 2011

16.6.44 Jun 09, 2008: Delmarva And AES Sign Long-Term Contract 16.6.45 Mar 26, 2008: AES Appoints EVP And President Of AES Wind Generation 16.6.46 Feb 29, 2008: AES To Invest $10 Billion On Renewable Energy In 5 Years 16.6.47 Dec 14, 2007: AES To Invest $2.5 Billion In Renewable Energy Plants 16.6.48 Aug 09, 2007: AES Begins Commercial Operation Of 233 MW Wind Farm Expansion In Texas 16.6.49 Mar 26, 2007: AES Announces Management Changes 16.6.50 Mar 05, 2007: AES Appoints COO 16.6.51 Jun 19, 2001: AES Completes Financing Agreements For 163MW Kelanitissa Power Plant In Sri Lanka 16.7 New Contracts Announcements 16.7.1 Sep 15, 2010: AES Energy And Samsung SDI Sign Joint Development And Supply Agreement For Multi-Megawatt Energy Storage Systems 16.7.2 Aug 02, 2010: GE Energy To Provide Mark VIe Hydro Integrated Control System To AES Caconde Hydro Plant In Brazil 16.7.3 Apr 22, 2010: AES VCM Signs PPA With EVN And Fuel Supply Agreement With Vinacomin 16.7.4 May 15, 2009: Yingli Green Energy Enters Supplier Framework Agreement With AES Solar 16.7.5 Oct 05, 2007: Knight & Carver Enters Agreement With AES Wind For Manufacturing 60 Wind Blades 17 Appendix 17.1 Methodology 17.1.1 Coverage 17.1.2 Secondary Research 17.1.3 Primary Research 17.1.4 Expert Panel Validation 17.2 Contact Us 17.3 Disclaimer

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