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Power Sector India

November 2014

Executive Summary

Market
Overview

Drivers &
Challenges

Trends

Installed generating capacity in India became a1 MW in the first year of the 12th Five year Plan
growing at a CAGR of x1%
India still faces a demand supply gap which is more acute in the North Eastern part of India
Value chain model in of the power sector has incorporated the concept of smart grids and
power storage
Drivers:

Challenges:

Growth of Indias Manufacturing Sector


Growth in Residential Consumption
Rural Electrification Programs
Realization of Emerging Needs

Inability to Meet the Capacity Addition


Target
Shortage of Coal
Huge Power Loss in Transmission and
Distribution
Aging and Improperly Maintained
Infrastructure

Increase in Captive Power Production


Increase in FDI
Increase in Domestic Investments
PE Firms Showing Interest in Power Sector
Key Players

Competitive
Landscape

Player 1

Player 2

Player 3

Player 4

Player 5

Player 6

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Macroeconomic Indicators
Introduction
Market Overview
Value Chain Analysis
Government Initiatives
Drivers and Challenges
Key Trends
Competitive Landscape
Market Opportunities
Strategic Recommendations
Appendix
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Economic Indicators (1/3)


GDP at Factor Cost: Quarterly
INR tn
15

13

d1
c1
b1

12

a1

14

c4
b4
a4

c3
b3
a3

d2
c2
b2
a2

11

Q1

Q2
a1-a2

b1-b2

c1-c2

Q3
d1-d2

Q4

Inflation Rate: Monthly


%
2
1

r
q

0
-1

-2

Jul 2013 - Aug 2013

Aug 2013 - Sep 2013

Sep 2013 - Oct 2013

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Oct 2013 - Nov 2013

Nov 2013 - Dec 2013


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India is among the top energy consumers in the world


Introduction

Region Wise Installed Capacity

North
x1

North-East
2,909.91 MW
East
x2

Text

Western
x3

South
x4

As on 30-062014

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Energy consumption in India will increase mainly due to the


extended summer
Market Overview India (1/2)

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Power Sector Consumption of Electricity


GWh
c1

X%
a1

a2

a3

20--

20--

20--

a4

a5

a6

20--

20--

201--

c2
c3
c4
0

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Government has been taking positive steps by introducing


new policies and regulations
Government Policies (1/2)

APDRP

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Electricity Act
2003

Text

National
Electricity Policy
2005

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Drivers & Challenges Summary

Challenges
Inability to Meet the Capacity
Addition Targets

Drivers

Shortage of Coal

Growth of Indias Manufacturing


Sector

Huge Power Loss in Transmission and


Distribution

Growth in Residential Consumption

Ageing and Improperly Maintained


Infrastructure

Rural Electrification Programs


Realization of Emerging Needs

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Porters Five Forces Analysis

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Impact
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Competitive Benchmarking (-/-)

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Key Ratios of Top 4 Companies Operational Basis (FY 2013) (1/3)


Operating Margin

%
b1

Net Margin
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c1
c2

a1
a2

d2

b2

0
company1

company2

company3

company4

Company1 recorded operating margin of -%, higher than that of company2, company3 and company4 which recorded
operating margin of -%, - and -% respectively
Thermax however recorded the highest net margin of -% higher than that of Ion Exchange, SPML and Va Tech Wabag
which recorded net margins of -%, -% and -% respectively

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Public: Domestic Company Company 1


(1/4)

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Company Information

Offices and Centres India

Corporate Address
Tel No.
Fax No.
Website
Year of
Incorporation
Ticker Symbol
Stock Exchange

Head Office

Products and Services


Category
Sectors (EPC)

Products/Services

Key People

Name

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Designation

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Public: Domestic Company Company 1


(2/4)

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Financial Snapshot
Total Income

Key Ratios
Net Profit/Loss

Particulars

INR bn

INR bn
s1

t1

s2
t2

s4
s3
t3
t4

0
2010

2011

2012

2013

Financial Summary

y-o-y change
(2013-12)

2013

2012

2011

2010

Profitability Ratios
Operating Margin
Net Margin
Profit Before Tax Margin
Return on Equity
Return on Capital Employed
Return on Working Capital
Return on Assets
Return on Fixed Assets

Cost Ratios
The company incurred a net loss of INR - bn in FY 2013, as compared to net
profit of INR - bn in FY 2012
The company reported total income of INR - bn in FY 2013, registering a
decrease of -% over FY 2012
The company earned an operating margin of -% in FY 2013, a decrease of percentage points over FY 2012
The company reported debt to equity ratio of - in FY 2013, an increase of % over FY 2012

Market Capitalization (INR mn)


Total Enterprise Value (INR mn)
EPS (INR)
PE Ratio (Absolute)

Liquidity Ratios
Current Ratio
Cash Ratio

Leverage Ratios
Debt to Equity Ratio
Debt to Capital Ratio
Interest Coverage Ratio

Key Financial Performance Indicators


Indicators

Operating costs (% of Sales)


Administration costs (% of
Sales)
Interest costs (% of Sales)

Value (17/01/2014)

Efficiency Ratios
Fixed Asset Turnover
Asset Turnover
Current Asset Turnover
Working Capital Turnover
Capital Employed Turnover
Improved

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Decline

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Key Business Segments

Key Geographic Segments

Construction and Engineering

India

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2010

2011

2012

2013

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Public: Domestic Company Company 1 (4/4)

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Market Opportunities Power Sector (1/2)

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Strategic Recommendations (1/2)


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Diversification of Fuel Sources

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Strategically Located Power Plants

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