Ppl Corporation  (PPL)
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PPL Sales vs. its Competitors Q3 2021

Comparing the results to its competitors, Ppl reported Total Revenue decrease in the 3 quarter 2021 year on year by -19.79 %, despite revenue increase by most of its competitors of 11.35 %, recorded in the same quarter.

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With net margin of 13.69 % company achieved higher profitability than its competitors.

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Net Income Comparison

Ppl Corporation Net Income in 3 quarter 2021 declined year on year by -26.33 %, slower than the average decrease reported by company's competitors of -46.76 %.

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Ppl's Comment on Competitors and Industry Peers

Although WPD operates in non-exclusive concession areas in the U.K., it currently faces little competition with respect to end-users connected to its network. WPD's four distribution businesses, WPD (South West), WPD (South Wales), WPD (West Midlands) and WPD (East Midlands) are, therefore, regulated monopolies which operate under regulatory price controls.

There are currently no other electric public utilities operating within the electric service areas of LKE. From time to time, bills are introduced into the Kentucky General Assembly which seek to authorize, promote or mandate increased distributed generation, customer choice or other developments. Neither the Kentucky General Assembly nor the KPSC has adopted or approved a plan or timetable for retail electric industry competition in Kentucky. The nature or timing of any legislative or regulatory actions regarding industry restructuring and their impact on LKE, which may be significant, cannot currently be predicted. Virginia, formerly a deregulated jurisdiction, has enacted legislation that implemented a hybrid model of cost-based regulation. KU's operations in Virginia have been and remain regulated.

Alternative energy sources such as electricity, oil, propane and other fuels provide indirect competition for natural gas revenues of LKE. Marketers may also compete to sell natural gas to certain large end-users. LG&E's natural gas tariffs include gas price pass-through mechanisms relating to its sale of natural gas as a commodity; therefore, customer natural gas purchases from alternative suppliers do not generally impact profitability. However, some large industrial and commercial customers may physically bypass LG&E's facilities and seek delivery service directly from interstate pipelines or other natural gas distribution systems.

Pursuant to authorizations from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the PUC, PPL Electric operates a regulated distribution monopoly in its service area. Accordingly, PPL Electric does not face competition in its electricity distribution business. Pursuant to the Customer Choice Act, generation of electricity is a competitive business in Pennsylvania.

The PPL Electric transmission business, operating under a FERC-approved PJM Open Access Transmission Tariff, is subject to competition pursuant to FERC Order 1000 from entities that are not incumbent PJM transmission owners with respect to the construction and ownership of transmission facilities within PJM.

Since the early 1990s, there has been increased competition in U.S. energy markets because of federal and state competitive market initiatives. Although some states, such as Pennsylvania and Montana, have created a competitive market for electricity generation, other states continue to consider different types of regulatory initiatives concerning competition in the power and gas industries. Some states that were considering creating competitive markets have slowed their plans or postponed further consideration. In addition, states that have created competitive markets have, from time to time, considered new market rules and re-regulation measures that could result in more limited opportunities for competitive energy suppliers. Interest in re-regulation, however, has slowed due to recent declining power prices. As such, the markets in which PPL Energy Supply participates are highly competitive.


Overall company Market Share Q3 2021

Overall company, revenue fell by -19.79 % and company lost market share, to approximate 0.95 %.

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*Market share calculated with total revenue.

PPL's vs. Competition, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)

Ppl Corporation 6,227 21,694 -1,324 17,391
Ameren Corporation 5,451 21,237 606 8,527
American Electric Power Co Inc 16,341 41,490 2,384 1,859
The Aes Corporation 10,931 16,919 780 18,500
Anadarko Petroleum Corp 13,706 35,730 -288 6,100
Chesapeake Energy Corporation 5,083 6,278 -9,842 0
Cms energy Corporation 7,164 17,475 858 7,741
Dominion Energy Inc 12,568 60,988 2,659 14,400
Dte Energy Co 14,010 21,468 873 10,000
Duke Energy Corporation 24,636 76,346 2,765 28,344
Dyne Therapeutics Inc 3,055 755 286 1,679
Edison International 14,731 24,677 906 13,690
Eversource Energy 9,615 29,200 1,193 8,248
Entergy Corporation 11,391 20,825 1,266 13,393
Exelon Corporation 34,832 52,361 1,876 0
Firstenergy Corp 11,009 20,661 1,098 15,557
NextEra Energy, Inc. 0 0 0 0
Mdu Resources Group Inc 5,623 5,746 404 9,598
Macquarie Infrastructure Holdings Llc 581 318 2,663 3,600
Nisource Inc 9,404 46,292 503 0
Nrg Energy Inc 22,752 8,881 2,863 9,806
Oneok Inc 13,690 27,964 1,428 2,269
Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated 9,036 32,075 -518 12,689
Paragon Offshore Plc 231 0 605 0
Pepco Holdings Inc 4,340 0 -212 2,374
Qep Resources Inc 734 990 3 765
Scana Corporation 3,531 6,833 -115 5,989
The Southern Company 22,463 66,259 2,951 26,369
Sempra Energy 12,184 38,833 1,183 17,046
Sprague Resources Lp 2,750 391 -105 600
Questar Gas Co 957 0 74 1,745
Teco Energy Inc 5,014 0 198 4,400
TXU CORP 0 0 0 0
Wec Energy Group Inc 8,048 28,204 1,314 4,248
Williams companies inc 8,920 34,382 1,210 6,742
Xcel Energy Inc 24,038 34,906 1,570 11,589
Berkshire Hathaway Inc 267,320 511,121 81,322 0
Centerpoint Energy Inc 8,092 15,974 1,032 8,540
Consolidated Edison Inc 13,221 27,857 1,055 14,601
Eqt Corporation 478 7,489 -2,893 1,750
Agl Resources Inc. 7,905 0 331 5,165
Pg and e Corp 19,561 26,267 814 22,581
Pinnacle West Capital Corporation 3,746 7,389 590 6,366
Sea Limited 4,376 0 -1,624 5,900
SUBTOTAL 679,744 1,396,276 102,743 358,409


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