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NRG Energy is an electricity generation and distribution company which utilizes a mix of traditional and clean energy resources to generate approximately 25,390 MW of electricity. The company's operations utilize resources from coal, gas, wind, solar and even nuclear assets. NRG distributes energy to both wholesale and residential retail segments which includes transaction in fuel trading as well. NRG is set to a huge leap to become the biggest competitive generator of electricity in the United States with 47000 MW of installed capacity based on its recent merger with Gen On Energy. The company also has a presence in Germany and Australia by way of subsidiary networks. NRG's future thrust will be in the areas of expansion of solar power portfolio, electric vehicle systems, local clean energy generation and retail focused energy grid services.
This comprehensive analysis of NRG Energy includes an overview of the industry the company operates in and then moves on to analyzing the company itself.
Company analysis includes a history of NRG Energy, a business segment analysis of the segments NRG Energy operates through, a look at the organization structure of the company, a geographical operating segments analysis, an analysis of the company's major competitors.
A financial analysis of NRG Energy is presented in the report which includes a ratio analysis, basic profit and loss analysis, presentation of the company balance sheet, and much more.
A SWOT Framework Analysis of NRG Energy completes this in-depth company analysis.
Key Topics Covered
A. Executive Summary
B. Looking at the Industry
C. Looking at NRG Energy
D. Looking at Business
E. SWOT Framework Analysis
F. Profiling the Competition
G. Financial Analysis of the Company
H. Future Perspective
I. Glossary of Terms
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