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Platts Releases 2014 UDI Directory of Electric Power Producers & Distributors

NEW YORK, Feb. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Platts, a leading global energy, petrochemicals and metals information provider, has just released the 2014 edition of its annual UDI Directory of Electric Power Producers and Distributors, published since 1952. Recognized as the definitive reference to the North America electric power sector, the directory contains comprehensive profiles of nearly 5,000 utilities and energy service providers in the U.S. and Canada.

Each profile provides organization location, contact details and helpful information on company operations, employees and customers. The directory's key financial and operational statistics enable energy professionals to better chart competitive positions and conduct targeted outreach with the benefit of details on the following:  

  • 17,000 energy executives
  • 3,600 regulated electric utilities and holding companies
  • 750 non-utility generators and energy service companies
  • 280 associations, power pools and independent system operators
  • 150 agencies and commissions

Company summaries are listed alphabetically by state, and include contacts' names and titles, as well as phone, fax and email, where available (view sample entries here). For easy reference, the directory also indexes by company name and individual power plant.

The directory is available in both print and digital formats, or as a combination of the two. The hard-bound book version ($495*) is suitable as a quick reference and can be combined with the CD-ROM mailing list ($1,500*) and additionally with the statistical profiles on CD-ROM ($2,500*) for broader business applications. Click here for full product specifications and purchasing options.

Washington, D.C.-based UDI was acquired by Platts in 1992 and offers five core data and directories products aimed at research, analysis, operations, and sales and marketing professionals in the electric power sector.

Platts' directories and datasets provide energy professionals with industry intelligence on electric power operations globally. Click here to view the full suite of Platts UDI offerings.

*These prices do not include shipping costs and sales tax.

About Platts: Founded in 1909, Platts is a leading global provider of energy, petrochemicals, metals and agriculture information and a premier source of benchmark prices for the physical and futures markets. Platts' news, pricing, analytics, commentary and conferences help customers make better-informed trading and business decisions and help the markets operate with greater transparency and efficiency. Customers in more than 180 countries benefit from Platts' coverage of the biofuels, carbon emissions, coal, electricity, oil, natural gas, metals, nuclear power, petrochemical, shipping and sugar markets. A division of McGraw Hill Financial (NYSE: MHFI), Platts is headquartered in New York with approximately 900 employees in more than 15 offices worldwide. Additional information is available at http://www.platts.com.

About McGraw Hill Financial: McGraw Hill Financial (NYSE: MHFI), a financial intelligence company, is a leader in credit ratings, benchmarks and analytics for the global capital and commodity markets. Iconic brands include: Standard & Poor's Ratings Services, S&P Capital IQ, S&P Dow Jones Indices, Platts, CRISIL, J.D. Power and McGraw Hill Construction. The Company has approximately 17,000 employees in 27 countries. Additional information is available at www.mhfi.com.

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