Ahmedabad: Adani Green Energy Ltd. (AGEL), a part of the Adani Group, Wednesday announced the financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2021. The Operational Performance Snapshot for the period is as follows:
|Q1 FY22||Q1 FY21||% Change|
|Revenue from Power Supply||848||609||39%|
|Total EBITDA 3||892||680||31%|
|EBITDA from Power Supply 4||789||560||41%|
|EBITDA from Power Supply (%)||92.5%||91.2%|
|Cash Profit 5||460||342||35%|
Ø Robust growth in Revenue from Power Supply is backed by robust growth in capacities and improved Solar and Wind CUF.
Ø Significant improvement in EBITDA from Power Supply and Cash Profit is supported by increase in revenues and cost-efficient O&M driven by thrust on data analytics.
“AGEL’s growth continues to accelerate,” said Gautam Adani, chairman of the Adani Group. “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. Renewable energy is at a massive inflexion point in its young journey and we are well positioned.”
|Q1 FY22||Q1 FY21||% change|
|Sale of Energy (Mn units)||2,054||1,385||48%|
|Solar portfolioCUF (%)||25.0%||24.8%|
|Wind portfolioCUF (%)||38.5%||36.9%|
Ø Sale of Energy increased by 48% YoY on the back of capacity addition of 1,075 MW and improved Solar and Wind CUF.
Ø Solar CUF improved with 20 bps improvement in grid availability, consistently high plant availability of 99.6% and consistent solar irradiation.
Ø Overall Wind portfolio CUF improved backed by higher efficiency of new wind plants with technologically advanced Wind Turbine Generators.
Other Updates – Q1 FY22:
1. AGEL commissioned renewable projects ahead of schedule despite pandemic:
ü 150 MW wind plant commissioned in Gujarat: Adani Wind Energy Kutchh Three Limited, a subsidiary of AGEL, commissioned 150 MW wind power project in Kutchh, Gujarat, 9 months ahead of its schedule.
ü 50 MW solar plant commissioned in Uttar Pradesh: Adani Solar Energy Chitrakoot One Ltd, a subsidiary of AGEL, commissioned 50 MW solar power plant in Chitrakoot, Uttar Pradesh.
2. AGEL is in the process of acquiring SB Energy’s 5 GW India renewable portfolio – India’s largest renewables M&A transaction
Signed definitive agreements for 100% acquisition of SB Energy Holdings Limited (“SB Energy India”). It houses 4,954 MW of renewable assets in India. The target portfolio consists of 84% solar capacity (4,180 MW), 9% wind-solar hybrid capacity (450 MW) and 7% wind capacity (324 MW). The portfolio comprises of 1,700 MW operational solar power capacity (300 MW commissioned post definitive agreements), 2,554 MW renewable projects under implementation and 700 MW project pipeline.
The portfolio comprises of high quality, large scale utility renewable assets. All projects are contracted to sell power under 25 years Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) with sovereign rated counterparties.
“With the data analytics driven O&M, deployment of latest technologies and continued capacity additions despite the pandemic, AGEL has been able to consistently report strong operational performance for both solar and wind portfolios.” said Vneet S. Jaain, MD & CEO, Adani Green Energy Ltd. He further said“The visibility of our growth path has steadily improved over the years and we now have a locked-in growth of 24.3 GW. On the ESG front, we are working on initiatives like single use plastic free certification, zero waste to landfill and net water neutrality for all our operating renewable plants. While we are already ranked as the 3rd best in DJSI-S&P Global ESG Benchmarking in the Electric Utility sector in India, we endeavor to further improve on our ESG commitment.”