Korea Electric Power Corporation operates in the Electric services sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Korea Electric Power with three other
electric utilities in Asia:
Tokyo Electric Power Company Incorporated (The)
sales of 5.36 trillion Japanese Yen [US$50.52 billion]
of which 93%
was Energy Partner),
Kansai Electric Power Company Incorporated (The)
(3.01 trillion Japanese Yen [US$28.40 billion]
of which 85%
was Electric Power), and
Chubu Electric Power Co Inc
based in Japan
(2.60 trillion Japanese Yen [US$24.55 billion]
of which 90%
Korea Electric Power reported sales of 59.81 trillion Korean Won (US$55.87 billion)
December of 2017.
decrease of 0.6%
versus 2016, when the company's sales were 60.19 trillion Korean Won.
Contributing to the drop in overall sales was the 4.3% decline
in Electric Power Support, from 428.18 billion Korean Won to 409.72 billion Korean Won.
There were also decreases in sales in
Transmission and Distribution (down 0.8% to 57.92 trillion Korean Won)
However, these declines were partially offset by the increase in sales of
Electric Power Generation (Non-Nuclear) (up 9.3% to 910.57 billion Korean Won)
Other Segments (up 5.3% to 516.71 billion Korean Won)
Electric Power Generation (Nuclear) (up 43.6% to 56.28 billion Korean Won)