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The Appraisal of Power Plants

Mark Pomykacz and Chris Olmstead

The Valuation Journal, 2014, vol. 9, issue 2, 90-121

Abstract: Power plants, also called electricity generating stations, often present unique and interesting appraisal problems. Power plants can range in value from being worth billions of dollars to having substantial liabilities. Their various technologies differ as much as those of motorcycles, cars, and trucks. Their markets are peculiar, with a mix of market forces and regulated affairs. The uses of the appraisals are also varied, ranging from acquisitions, financing, regulation, litigation, or property tax purposes, to Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reporting. The following discussion will address the issues and methodologies involved in power plant appraisal.

JEL-codes: D46 G32 L94 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014
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