Adani Green Energy Limited reported quarterly figures on August 4. A 22.89% jump in total income to Rs 1,079 crore in Q1 FY2022 over Q1 FY2021 led by robust growth in revenue from the power supply, pushed the company to report its best-ever revenue in a quarter yet.
Revenue from power supply rose by 39% y-o-y to Rs 848 crore. This, along with tailwinds from robust growth in capacities and improved Solar and Wind capacity utilization factor (CUF), resulted in Adani Green reporting a nearly 10-fold increase in profit. Net profit for the energy supplier shot up from Rs 22 crore in the year-ago period to Rs 219 crore in Q1 FY2022.
Consolidated profit before tax surged 411.76% to Rs 261 crore in Q1 FY2022 from Rs 51 crore in the year-ago period.
Total EBITDA grew 31% to Rs 892 crore in the June quarter of this financial year 2021 from Rs 680 crore in the same quarter of the last financial year.
Cash profit for the company climbed 35% to Rs 460 crore in the quarter under review as compared to Rs 342 crore in Q1 FY2021. This is also one of the highlights of the Adani Green Q1 results today. It is the best-ever quarterly collection reported by the company.
Adani Green reported a nearly 50% increase in their overall energy sales y-o-y and bagged multiple projects in Q1 FY22.
The stock price of Adani Green Energy, however, closed in the red at Rs 885.00 after taking a hit of 5.90% during the trading session( 03:30 PM August 4, 2021)
Adani green energy results – Hits
- Net consolidated profit climbed to Rs 219 crore from Rs 22 crore y-o-y and Rs 104 crore q-o-q
- Total income grew by 23% from Rs 878 crore to Rs 1,079 crore y-o-y.
- Cash profit increased by 35% from Rs 342 crore to Rs 460 crore.
- Income from power supply increased to Rs 848 crore in the June 2021 quarter over Rs 609 in the same quarter in the year-ago period.
- The company’s total expenses fell from Rs 969 crore to Rs 898 crore q-o-q.
- EBITDA margin for the company is up 31% to Rs 892 crore y-o-y.
- EBITDA from the power supply rose by 41% to Rs 789 crore y-o-y.
- Earnings per share soared to Rs 1.23 from 0.13 y-o-y.
The company reported a remarkable earnings quarter with record-high numbers and minimal setbacks despite a raging pandemic. However, Adani Green Energy’s total income q-o-q dipped from Rs 1,082 crore to Rs 1,079 in the June quarter.
- Solar portfolio up by 25% y-o-y.
- Wind portfolio up by 38.5% y-o-y.
- Sale of Energy (Wind + Solar) increased by 48% y-o-y to 2,054 million units from 1,385 million units.
- 1,650 million units of solar energy sold in Q1 FY2022 over 1,186 million units in Q1 FY2022.
- 404 million units of wind energy sold in Q1 FY2022 over 199 million units in Q1 FY2022.
Adani Green Energy’s Statement
“In just two years, AGEL has marched to the very forefront of the world’s renewable energy brigade, accelerating the transition to green energy faster than any other company in the world. The acquisition of SB Energy’s high-quality renewable energy portfolio has further consolidated our position as the world’s largest solar player thereby keeping us on track to become the world largest renewables player by 2030,” said Adani Group’s Chairperson, Gautam Adani.
The company has commissioned a 150 MW wind plant in Gujarat and a 50 MW solar plant in Uttar Pradesh. Adani Green Energy is also in the process of acquiring SB Energy’s 5 GW India renewable energy portfolio.
What Does This Mean For The Investor?
The SB project along with other new projects can be key growth drivers for the company after it reported a stellar quarterly result. Adani Green Energy forecasts its receivables to improve in the medium term. Market experts are expecting consistent growth in revenue from power supply and growth in wind and solar capacities, and further orders from its customers ranging from Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) to National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC).