Adani Green Energy Ltd. Consolidated Results for FY20

Adani Green Energy

Adani Green Energy Ltd. Capacity Addition 575 MW

Total operational capacity reached to 2,545 MW#

Revenues up ­­­­24% y-o-y to Rs. 2,549crore

 EBITDA1 up 4% y-o-y to Rs. 1,782crore

EBITDA2 margins at 89%

Cash profit3 of Rs. 787crore

Ahmedabad, May4, 2020:Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL), a part of the Adani Group, today announced its financial results for year and quarter ended March 31, 2020.

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FY20 (Y o Y)

  • Total Revenueup 24%  to Rs. Rs. 2,549 crore
  • Revenue from Power generation up 8 % to Rs. 2,065 crore
  • EBITDA1up 4% to Rs. 1,782crore
  • EBITDA2 margin at 89%.
  • Cash Profit3 Rs.787 crore

Q4 FY20 (Q o Q)

  • Revenue from Power generation up 10% to Rs.601 crore.
  • EBITDA1up 10% to Rs.516 crore.
  • EBITDA2 margin of 90%.
  • Profit for the period of Rs.56crore vs.loss of Rs.94crore y-o-y.
  • Cash Profit3 Rs.244 crore.


Total Portfolio

·        Total contracted portfolio of 5,9906MW, of which 2,545 MW# is operational capacity (includes 150 MW of OEM wind project commissioned during the year).


# additionally commissioned 50 MW Solar plant in April 2020.

Operational performance




Consolidated average realization at Rs. 4.83 ps.

Consolidated Financial Performance:In Rs. Crore, except as stated


FY 20 Performance ( Y o Y )


Total Revenue increased by24% to Rs. 2,549.

Revenue from Power generationup by8% to Rs.2,065 crore due to additional project commissioningand full period operationalisation impact. Number of units sold up by 13% to 4,373Mu’s.


EBITDA1for the year increased by 4% to Rs. 1,782 crore due to increased operating capacity.

EBITDA margin2 during the yearwas 89% compared to 90% last year.EBITDA1 for year got impacted by exceptional cost incurred on the international projects that are sold or called off during the year.

Depreciation and Amortization

Till FY19, The Group was following Written DownValue(WDV) depreciation method.Based on evaluation during the year, AGEL considered to changethe depreciation method from WDV to Straight Line Method (SLM) and has given effect from April 1, 2019.

Due to change in depreciation method, there is reduction in depreciation and amortization.Depreciation for FY20 is Rs.394 crore as against is Rs.1062crore y-o-y and Depreciation for Q4 FY20 is Rs.108 crore as against Rs.293 crore y-o-y.

Finance Cost

Interest and other borrowing cost increase to Rs.1,075 crore as compared to Rs.985 crore y-o-y due to charging of Interest due to projects which were being implementing were commissioned in FY20 and additional debt on account of ramp up of capacity and refinancing.

Exceptional Item

The Group has refinanced its earlier borrowings through issuance of secured senior notes (US$ denominated bonds) and rupee term loans from bank and financial Institutions. On account of such refinancing activities, the Group has incurred one-timeexpenses aggregating to Rs.173 croreduringthe year. These expenses comprise of prepayment charges, unamortized portion of other borrowing cost related to earlier borrowings and cost of premature termination of derivative contracts.

Further, during the quarter the group has incurred one time exceptional loss of Rs. 19 crore because of sale of the Midland project in USA.

Profit/Loss before exceptional items

Profit before exceptional item is Rs.123 crore as against loss of Rs.475 crore y-o-y.

Cash Profit3

Cash Profit3for the year at Rs. 787 crore. Cash profit for the year is impacted by the exceptional cost for international projects, which are sold or called off.

Q4 FY20( Q o Q)


Revenue from power generationincreased by 10% to Rs. 601 crore due to increase in operational capacity.


EBITDA1 increase by 10% at Rs. 516 crore. EBITDA margin2 during quarterwas91% compared to 89% Q o Q. Increase in EBITDAand margin is attributable to operational efficiency.

Profit/Loss before exceptional items

Profit before exceptional items is Rs. 75 crore as compared to lossof Rs. 94 crore Q o Q.

Balance Sheet

As on 31stMarch, 2020, Gross debt was at Rs.13,943 crore (Excludes inter corporate deposits and lease liability) and Net debt was Rs.11,470crore (Gross debt less cash and cash equivalents including FD and MF and Power sales receivables).


The Group has won bids for 130 MW wind and 1,300 MW Hybrid inFY20. Post completion of all the bids won and projects under implementation, the Group’s operational capacity would be 5,9906 MW.

Major Event

During the quarter, Adani Green Energy Limited (Holding Company), Adani Green Energy Twenty Three Limited (Subsidiary of the Holding Company) and TOTAL Solar Singapore Pte Limited (TOTAL) have entered into a Joint Venture Agreement (JVA) to accept 50% approximately 3,700 Crore investment in form of Equity and other instruments from TOTAL for 2148 MW of operational solar projects of the Group. The Board of AGEL dated March 23, 2020 has approved the transactions.

The JVA describes the terms to regulate the operation and management of the subsidiaries companies, govern their relationship as security holders of the JV Company and exercise certain rights and obligations with respect to their ownership of securities of the JV Company.

The said transaction and JV agreement is completed on 7th April, 2020 after receipt of due regulatory and statutory approvals.

Commenting on the quarterly results of the Company, Mr. Gautam Adani, Chairman, Adani Green Energy Limited said, “Adani Group has always maintained sustainability as a priority at the group. With the long-lasting impact that COVID-19 is due to have on all sectors, sustainability driven business is imperative. Green Energy and Renewable Energy motivated investments will continue in this coming fiscal year. At Adani Group, we are committed towards nation building and ensuring electrification for the growth of the economy. We are confident in emerging stronger at the end while delivering value to all stakeholders”

Mr. Jayant Parimal, CEO, Adani Green Energy Ltd said, “Adani Green Energy Limited is determined to cement its place as a leading renewable energy player in India. With our completed mergers and joint ventures, the most recent one being with Total, we have showcased strong performance. COVID-19 disruption has not materially affected the renewable plant operations, billing or collections from counterparties. Renewable energy plants enjoys a must-run status will continue to operate and generate at optimum level, in our assessment. All under-construction activity which was mandatorily suspended during lockdown, is poised to restart, as per GoI guidelines”

About Adani Green Energy

Adani Green Energy Limited, part of the diversified Adani Group, is one of the largest renewable companies in India, with a current project portfolio of 6 GW including under construction capacity.  Additionally, AGEL participated, as successful bidder in SECI’s tender of manufacturing linked development project for a capacity of 8 GW and is awaiting its award.


  1. Calculation of EBITDA excludes foreign exchange (gain) / loss ,Other Income and extraordinary items.
  2. EBITDA margin % represents EBITDA earned from Power Generation and excludes other items. Revenue from Power Generation includes Generation Based Incentive (GBI).
  3. Cash profit = EBITDA1 + Other Income – Interest and other borrowings cost–current tax including earlier periods.
  4. Capacity Utilisation Factor is calculated post capitalization.
  5. Includes units generated during plant stabilization period, against which the revenue has been capitalised during the quarter Rs.3.59 Crore (13 Mus) and for FY20 Rs.26.35 Crore (96 Mus)
  6. AGEL has entered in a definitive share purchase agreement to acquire beneficial interest in the OEM wind projects of 150 MW subject to fulfillment of conditions precedent.

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