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Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Incorporated, together with its subsidiaries, generates, transmits, and distributes electric power in Japan. It operates through Fuel & Power, Power Grid, and Customer Service segments. The company operates a portfolio of thermal, hydroelectric, and nuclear, as well as renewable energy power plants, including solar, wind, and hydro power generation plants. It is involved in the computerized information processing activities; development and maintenance of software; ownership and charter of LNG carriers; investment in gas field development companies; and repair and operation of power generation, environmental protection, and other facilities. The company also engages in the design and maintenance of power distribution facilities and contracting for advertisements on utility poles and other media; leasing of vehicles and others; industrial waste treatment activities; electricity sales; maintenance of transmission, transformation, and other facilities; and sale of petroleum products. In addition, it designs and supervises construction of power generation; and leases and manages real estate. The company was formerly known as Tokyo Electric Power Company, Incorporated and changed its name to Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Incorporated in April 2016. The company was founded in 1951 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

42,855 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/29/16
Founded in 1951

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Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Incorporated Reports Consolidated Earnings Results for the Second Quarter Ended September 30, 2016

Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Incorporated reported consolidated earnings results for the second quarter ended September 30, 2016. For the quarter, the company’s electricity sales revenues decreased 18.8% from the same period of the previous fiscal year to JPY 2,211.8 billion due to a decrease in the unit price of electricity resulting from fuel cost adjustments etc., and a 3.3% decrease in electricity sales to 119.6 billion kWh, etc. Ordinary revenues decreased 15.4% from the same period of the previous year to JPY 2,677.1 billion. Ordinary income decreased 24.9% from the same period of the previous year to JPY 274.2 billion. Net income in the quarter attributable to owners of parent decreased 66.3% from the same period of the previous year to JPY 94.1 billion after accounting for JPY 168.5 billion in nuclear damage compensation costs as extraordinary loss, while JPY 36.4 billion was recorded as gain on change in equity under extraordinary income due to transfer of the thermal fuel business and overseas thermal power generation business etc.

Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Incorporated, Q2 2017 Earnings Call, Oct 31, 2016

Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Incorporated, Q2 2017 Earnings Call, Oct 31, 2016

Mitsubishi Corporation Power, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Mitsubishi Electric Corp, Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc and Joban Joint Power Co., Ltd. to Establish Two Joint Ventures, Nakoso IGCC Power GK and Hirono IGCC Power GK

Mitsubishi Corporation Power Ltd., a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation, along with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc. and Joban Joint Power Co., Ltd. have established two joint ventures, Nakoso IGCC Power GK and Hirono IGCC Power GK, for the construction and operation of the most advanced coal-fired power plants in Fukushima, Japan. Approvals that were previously granted to Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc. and Joban Joint Power Co, Ltd., following the environmental impact assessment they had undertaken on behalf of the project, were transferred to the newly established companies. The total cost of the project surpasses ¥300 billion, a portion of which will be financed from contributions made by the five participating companies. The remainder will be sourced from a number of domestic financial institutions, including The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd., Development Bank of Japan Inc., Mizuho Bank Ltd., Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation and Fukushimas The Toho Bank, Ltd. In terms of project financing, this is considered to be one of large ever of this scale domestically. All the contributors have signed on to providing financing within the context of their support for recovery in Tohoku following the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011. The five companies reached a basic agreement for this project on August 19, 2015, and have since been working out the details for a start-up of operations during the early 2020s. With the construction and operating companies established, financing procured, and the relevant environmental approvals obtained, the project is now ready to get underway. Going forward, then, Nakoso IGCC Power GK and Hirono IGCC Power GK will each set up and operate a 540 megawatt plant, one next to Joban Joint Power Co., Ltd.s Nakoso Power Station in Iwaki City and the other at the site of TEPCO Fuel & Power Inc.s Hirono Thermal Power Station in the Futaba District, respectively. The new facilities will utilize next generation clean coal technology based on the Integrated coal gasification combined cycle, or IGCC, with operations slated to start in September 2020 in the case of the Nakoso plant and in September 2021 in the case of the Hirono plant. With the support and cooperation of the community and the national government and that of the prefectural and local governments in Fukushima, Nakoso IGCC Power GK and Hirono IGCC Power GK will leverage the experience and know-how that their parent companies have developed in the power generation business to procure the relevant materials and execute construction as well as to undertake follow-up surveillance assessments once operations get underway. The expectation is that this project will go a long way in contributing to economic revitalization4 in Fukushima and help shore up the prefectures industrial base.


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