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Announcement from Tata Group Share prices increase by 4.5% as a result of post-market closing

After the market was closed, Tata Group made an important announcement that had tremendous impact on the business community. A notable subsidiary, Tata Power, has made a daring move. With Tata Motors, the company has signed Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) for 9 MWp, resulting in a significant arrangement. It is noteworthy that this tactical choice is connected to the Pantnagar Plant in Uttarakhand.

The Amazing Stock Performance of Tata Power

The share performance of Tata Power has been nothing short of extraordinary. Its shares have increased by a significant 4% over the past week. The increasing trend continues; the share price has increased an amazing 10% in just one month. When looking at Tata Power over a three-month period, the company has had outstanding growth of 16%. The most impressive performance, though, can be seen during a three-year period, during which the share value has increased by an astounding 290%.

Financial Results for the Last Quarter Display Strength

When Tata Power’s quarterly financial statistics are examined, a picture of constant growth and financial strength emerges. The same quarter of the current fiscal year (2023–24) has shown significant improvement over the April–June quarter of the previous fiscal year (2022-23). Profits have increased dramatically, from a startling INR 794.6 crore to INR 972.5 crore.

Furthermore, there is an increase trend in the revenue numbers. Tata Power’s revenue for the April–June quarter of the fiscal year 2023–24 was INR 15,213.3 crore as opposed to INR 14,495.5 crore the year prior, showing a significant rise.

increased EBITDA and expansion of the margin

Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization, or EBITDA, provides important information about how profitable an organization’s operations are. EBITDA for Tata Power increased significantly, rising from INR 1,683.4 billion to INR 2,943.6 billion. This impressive increase is highlighted even more by the margins’ growth from 11.6% to a commanding 19.4%.

Knowing PPAs (Power Purchase Agreements

Let’s explore the details of power purchase agreements in order to properly understand the relevance of Tata Power’s arrangement with Tata Motors. An electrical generator and a consumer, usually a utility, a government agency, or a firm, enter into a Power Purchase Agreement as a long-term contract. This contract allows the buyer to purchase electricity during the contract period at pre-negotiated costs, and it can last anywhere between 5 and 20 years. Both sides profit from the mechanism’s guarantee of stability and predictability in electricity prices.