PTC India Q1 Review - Medium-Term Volumes To Pick Up Soon: ICICI Securities

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PTC India Q1 Review - Medium-Term Volumes To Pick Up Soon: ICICI Securities

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ICICI Securities Report

PTC India Ltd.’s 21% YoY increase in trading volumes in Q1 FY22 at 22.9 billion units resulted in 13.6% YoY increase in its reported profit after tax to Rs 769 million.

The increase in volumes is primarily attributed to 47% jump in short-term volumes to 13.1 billion units despite challenges due to lockdown.

However, medium and long term volumes declined 2% to 9.8 billion units.

Trading margin (excluding-rebate and surcharge) declined 33% to 2.9p/kilowatt due to higher short-term transactions on demand uncertainty and seasonal variations.

PTC India is in the final stages of signing power purchase agreement/power sale agreement for 1,070 megawatt out of 2,500 megawatt pilot-II three-year tender.

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ICICI Securities PTC India Q1FY22 Results Update.pdf


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