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4 31.7 16.1 76.6 51.INR 3.8 0. Font size 18 Bold) 2 .8 4. Conversion rate of 1US$ = INR 55.6 0.5 1.6 1.26.808bn 36% Titan Tata Global Beverages Tata Chemicals Tata Communications Indian Hotels 5% Voltas Communications and Information systems 0.6 30.1 35.8 7. Source: Tata group website …Message Box ( Arial.8 31.6 Trent Engineering Rallis Energy Materials Consumer Products Services Chemicals Notes: 1 As of March 2012.7 4.2 31.8 1.4 1.0 34.0 Promoter Shareholding (%)1 74.2 33.8 53.A Tata Group Company Revenue by business segments Listed Companies Mkt Cap ($ bn)2 49. Source: BSE website 2 As of 23 August 2012.1 Tata Consultancy Services 4% 4% 3% 16% Tata Motors Tata Steel Tata Power 32% Revenue FY 2011 c.2 28.

Tata Power: Business Overview • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Trombay Hydro Jojobera Belgaum Haldia Wind Farms Solar SPV CGPL (Mundra UMPP) Maithon IEL Dagachhu OTP Geothermal Mumbai Powerlinks Mumbai Delhi: NDPL Tata Power Trading Indonesian Coal Mines (KPC and Arutmin) Indonesian Coal Mine (BSSR) Mandakini Tubed Trust Energy Power Business Generation 100% 74% 74% 26% 50% 51% Transmission Distribution Investments Technical • Exergen • Geodynamics • Sunengy Financial 5% • TTML 9% • TTSL 15% • Panatone • Tata Comm 7% 7% 40% 17% • • • Trading • Fuel & Logistics • • • • 51% 100% 30% 26% 33% 40% 100% Other Businesses • • • SED Tata Power Solar Systems 100% Tata Projects 48% Division Other SPVs Investment % stakes …Message Box ( Arial. Font size 18 Bold) 3 .

Our Power Business Power generation capacity (MW) Installed Thermal Hydro Dugar Hydro Wind Solar Powerlinks NDPL DHPC Bhutan Transmission Distribution 6847 MW 447 MW 377 MW 28 MW Under Execution Gujarat Mundra IEL Jojobera Jamshedpur Tubed Maithon Kalinganagar Haldia Thermal Hydro Solar Coal mines 1002 MW 126 MW 10 MW 13.5 MT Mithapur Mumbai Operations – 2027 MW Lodhivali Maharashtra Mandakini Mulshi Karnataka Belgaum Tamilnadu …Message Box ( Arial. Font size 18 Bold) 4 .

Font size 18 Bold) 5 . UD – Under Development * Gap would be reduced if Phase II projects and possible domestic coal based UMPP come up Hydro Other Renewables Thermal …Message Box ( Arial.Existing Generation Assets and Growth Plans 7699 MW Unit 4 150 Unit 5 500 Unit 6 500 Unit 7 180 Unit 8 250 Bhivpuri 75 Bhira 300 Khopoli 72 Belgaum 81 Wind 377 Haldia 120 Jojobera 428 IEL 240 Solar 28 Maithon 1050 TPDDL 108 Lodhivali 40 Mundra 3200 TOTAL 7699 405 447 5000 6847 0 ~17000 MW ~8640 MW 30000 Mulshi 10 Tata Motors Rooftop 0.5 Mundra 800 Dagacchu 126 Kalinganagar 202 TOTAL 1139 Projects in advanced stages of development Thermal Renewables TOTAL 8200 1000 9200 Projects under scanning7000 MW* 25000 MW 25000 2640 3500 2500 1377 443 550 8200 12 126 1002 19000 2951 20000 15000 10000 UE – Under Execution.

Gujarat. Maharashtra.NDPL. TANGEDCO 405 5% 428 6% PPA driven (14-19%) Jojobera Merchant sales + saving on Tata Steel Jamshedpur (PH6) PPA terms + PLF incentive IEL (Unit 5) No cap on returns Merchant 440 6% Market driven Haldia (100MW) Lodhivali (40MW) Haldia (20MW) WBSEDCL KPTCL. Solar BESCOM.Business Models Model Capacity (MW) % of overall capacity Returns Upside Tata Power projects Off-take counterparty Regulated returns Regulated tariff mechanism (renewables) Captive power plant 3125 40% Fixed return on equity Fixed tariff + PLF driven Savings on Norms + PLF incentive Savings on capex + CDM certificates / RECs as applicable Mumbai Operations BEST. TPC-D. Tata Motors. CGPL …Message Box ( Arial. Punjab. Power Distribution. GUVNL.WBSEBL Wind. TPTCL. Jojobera DVC. Rajasthan. Tata (Thermal & Hydro).Existing Generation Assets . Maithon.Haryana MoU/Bilateral Case II (for project) 20 <1% PPA driven As per PPA 3281 43% Bid driven PLF incentives Belgaum. Font size 18 Bold) 6 .

05 .050 Coal Linkage •Domestic Coal. Railway linkage under construction Dagacchu Kalinganagar 126 202 Hydro FY14 Gas based – All 3 units by FY14-FY15 Gas based Production gases supplied by Tata Steel Tata Steel …Message Box ( Arial.800 MW COD Unit 1 .1 .000 Maithon 1. 100% linkage sanctioned •FSA with Bharat Coking Coal for 1.11MTPA (± 20%) Power off-take PPAs have been signed for 3.4 operational All units by 2013 Mundra 4.00MTPA NA TPTCL Unit 1 & 2 commissioned.659 MTPA PPAs have been signed •Central Coalfields has signed FSA for for 750 MW 1. Font size 18 Bold) 7 .975 MTPA •FSA with Tata Steel for 0.Projects Under Execution Project Capacity (MW) Fuel Imported Coal Fuel Supply Agreement (FSA) Offtake agreement with Indocoal for 10.

41. #2. It is stabilised and Generator Transformers are charged External coal handling facility to unload ship directly to main plant commissioned and is in use Unit#1-4 have been commissioned and COD has been declared. Units #5 expected to be commissioned be Fy13 end 400 kV switchyard was charged on 1 October 2011 with power from PGCIL.11 ± 20% Looking for additional mines in Australia. Rajasthan (380 MW) Imported Coal – 10-12 MTPA Offtake agreement with Indocoal for 10.41 bn Linked to evacuation. Maharashtra (760 MW). Equity invested – Rs. #4 are operational.Mundra UMPP (4000 MW) Capacity Customers Fuel Requirement & Source Funding Completion External Linkages Unit#1-4 Unit#5             4000 MW (5 X 800 MW) Gujarat (1805 MW). Africa. S. Unit#5 TG have been put on turning gear and boiler hydro test is complete. 124. Punjab (475 MW). Indonesia Project Cost: Rs 170 bn (D/E: 75:25) As of Q2FY13: Debt drawn – Rs. Haryana (380 MW). Mozambique. …Message Box ( Arial. #3. Unit #1. Font size 18 Bold) 8 .48 bn.

13.5% ROE + Performance Incentives Work is in progress in the construction of the railway line to transport coal.659 mtpa FSA signed with Central Coalfields for 1. Font size 18 Bold) 9 .52.Maithon Power Limited (1050MW) Status Capacity Customers             External Linkages  Project commissioned 1050 MW (2 X 525 MW) DVC (300 MW).35 bn Regulated: 15.975 mtpa for Unit 2 FSA signed with Tata Steel for upto 1 MTPA Project Cost: Rs. WBSEB (150 MW). 100% linkage sanctioned Fuel Supply Agreement (FSA) signed with Bharat Coking Coal for 1. NDPL (300 MW).91 bn. Equity – Rs.32 bn. Completion of railway infrastructure is expected to be delayed since land acquisition is not complete.29. Connection agreement signed with PGCIL Unit#2 COD was declared on 24 July 2012 Fuel Requirement & Source Funding Expected Returns Unit#2  …Message Box ( Arial. (D/E: 70:30) Q2FY13: Debt drawn – Rs. 300 MW under negotiation Long term (30 yr) PPAs commence on CoD for DVC & 1st April 2012 for NDPL and WBSEB Domestic Coal. Coal is currently being transported by road – road transportation contracts have been signed Evacuation ready.

PT Medco Energi Internasional  Cennergi 50:50 JV between Tata Power and Exxaro Resources for focus on electricity generation projects in South Africa. Bhutan Power Transmission to provide transmission access to Bhutan border Commissioning expected by 2013 Tata Power and Origin Energy of Australia. The initial project pipeline will focus on renewable energy projects in South Africa …Message Box ( Arial. Botswana and Namibia.Renewable Projects Under Execution   Dagacchu 126 MW Hydro project     OTP Geothermal   2 x 63 MW run of the river Hydro project with Tata Power holding 26% and Royal Govt. in consortium with PT Supraco. of Bhutan holding 74% Project cost. debt tied up with ADB and others PPA signed with Tata Power Trading Company Ltd. Font size 18 Bold) 10 . have been awarded the geothermal exploration concession in Indonesia Concession to develop 240 MW Won project through competitive process which saw participation from Chevron.~USD 200 million with debt equity of 60: 40.

Indonesian coal being considered as backup Capacity (MW) Status 450 MOU finalised. Land acquisition in progress Land available.980 To be executed in phases. it will take 5-6 years to commission 36 – 40 months post land acquisition Odisha Based IPP Gas based 2 x 660 Land acquisition in progress Tiruldih IPP / CPP Partially met through Tubed coal block Maithon Phase II Long Term Coal Linkage application filed with MoC 1.600 Land available. Environment Clearance for the gas based plant obtained by Tata Steel along with their 6 MTPA Steel Plant Execution schedule Coal based – All 3 units by FY16 Dugar Hydroelectric Power Project Hydro 236 Preliminary survey works started Once Detailed Project Report is approved. Land Acquisition in progress 36-40 months once all approvals are in place 36 – 40 months post completion of land acquisition …Message Box ( Arial.320 Mundra Phase II Dehrand Imported coal Imported coal 1. Font size 18 Bold) 11 . Environment Impact Assessment under progress 40 months once all approvals are in place and land acquisition is complete 36-40 months once all approvals are in place 1.Projects Under Development Project Kalinganagar Fuel Source Coal based: Application for linkage submitted.600 1. Under planning.

Strategic Investment in Coal 30% stake in Indonesian coal mines – KPC and Arutmin   Total estimated coal production to reach 100 mm tonnes by FY14 Overall rights adequately protected through the Shareholders’ Agreement Operating Performance Quantity mined (MT) Average Selling Price (FOB USD/ton) H1CY12 ~33 ~91 CY11 ~66 ~92 CY 10 ~60 ~71 CY 09 ~63 ~63 33% stake in captive coal mines – Mandakini   7. Orissa Project cost expected to be ~Rs. Angul. Jharkhand – Hindalco (60%) 3.each JV Partner having a share of 2. 6 bn 40% stake in captive coal mines .4 MTPA]   Project cost expected to be ~Rs.6 bn Coal mined planned to be utilised in 660 MW Tiruldih project 26% stake in Indonesian coal mines – BSSR • • Acquired a 26 per cent stake in Indonesian miner PT Baramulti Sukses Sarana Tbk (BSSR) Long-term coal supply agreement in proportion to shareholding …Message Box ( Arial.6 MTPA & Tata Power (40%) 2.Tubed  6 MTPA [Jointly allocated with Hindalco at Latehar. Font size 18 Bold) 12 . 5.5 MTPA (jointly allotted with Jindal Photo Film and Monnet Ispat & Energy .5 MTPA) at Dist.

66 MTPA from Bharat coking coal 1. Font size 18 Bold) 13 .4.00 MTPA (+/5yrs 0.00 MTPA (+/10yrs 0.98 MTPA from Central Coal Fields 0.25MTPA) PT Adaro: 1.3 MTPA of coal Trombay Oil 1MMSCMD of Gas Jojobera Coal Purchase agreements From nearby refineries.10%) Till FY14 c. delivered by pipeline GAIL West Bokaro coal fields (Tata Steel) and Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL) IEL Belgaum Mundra Tata Steel Furnace and coke oven gases Coal West Bokaro coal fields (Tata Steel) Furnace Oil c.Long term fuel contracts Project Fuel requirement Source of fuel Contract details Term PT Adaro: 1.05 – 1.00 MTPA from Tata Steel Maithon c.12 MTPA of coal Purchase agreement Indocoal: 10.5 MTPA of coal Coal linkage Lodhivali Haldia DG sets Hot flue gases Tata Steel …Message Box ( Arial.65 MTPA (+/.2MTPA) Samtan: 0.11 MTPA (+/Till 2021 (extendable) 20%) 1.

000 retail customers JV between Tata Power (51%) and Government of Delhi (49%) License to distribute power to North and North-west Delhi Among the 3 private licensees in Delhi 25. (49%) India’s first private sector inter-state transmission project.       – 17 receiving stations. 58 grid stations. Font size 18 Bold) 14 .100 CKm of 220KV / 110KV lines and 17 receiving stations Network upgrade and capacity expansion projects are being carried out to meet the load growth in Mumbai     JV between Tata Power (51%) and Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd.020MW Tala Hydro project in Bhutan and North Eastern and Eastern states to New Delhi and adjoining areas Consists of 1.33 kms overhead line network.782 Kms of high tension and low tension underground cable network – 99.265 Kms of HV cable and 5. on a Build Operate Own and Transfer (BOOT) basis Formed to evacuate power from the 1.687 Kms of LV cable Over 1 million customers …Message Box ( Arial.Transmission and Distribution Transmission – Mumbai TRANSMISSION Powerlinks Transmissions Limited    Tata Power is amongst the 3 transmission licensees that bring power into Mumbai 1. 14 distribution sub-stations and 441 consumer sub-stations Customer base of over 265.572 11 KV sub-stations. 4.166 Kms of 400 KV double circuit EMV transmission line Distribution – Mumbai DISTRIBUTION Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited   Among 3 private distribution licensees Infrastructure – Approximately 1.

currently increasing focus on domestic sales  Originated as an internal R&D unit for power electronics. 1 under final stages of negotiation and 2 Korean build vessels purchased Shipping Subsidiaries    Solar Cell Manufacturing Facility with installed capacity of 84MW. including cluster bombs and anti personnel mines …Message Box ( Arial. the highest grade of license. which permits the company to trade any amount of power  Trust Energy Resources Pte Ltd incorporated in Singapore for owning ships to meet shipping requirements and trading in fuels. designs and develops electronic devices  SED was recently awarded the prestigious order to modernise Airfield infrastructure for the Indian Airforce  Fast emerging as a prime contractor to Ministry of Defense (MoD) for indigenous products Strategic Electronics Division (SED)   Completed delivery of air defense systems to 16 designated sites. holds a trading license for a period of 25 years starting from 2004  Holds a Category 1 trading license.Other Businesses Tata Power Trading  100% subsidiary TPTCL.5 vessels going up to 7 vessels by FY14 To be met through a combination of long term charters and out right purchases of cape size vessels – 3 LT charters signed. Installation and commissioning done at 13 sites Does not manufacture ammunition or explosives of any kind. Energy Eastern Pte Ltd incorporated for chartering of ships Shipping requirement for Mundra . Font size 18 Bold) 15 . Module Manufacturing Facility with installed capacity of 125MW Tata Power Solar Systems  Initially focused on exports.

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49 141.274.45 (155.29 302.55 164.227 ` Crore 2.17 4.284. materials and services in respect of contracts d) Employee benefits expense e) Depreciation and amortisation expense f) Other expenses Total expenses 3.062.948.15 2.108.01 110.636.322.45 (65.235 ` Crore 2.462 ` Crore 4.86 27.89 154.89 499.80 570.259 4. Net Profit after tax (7-8) 30-Sep-12 MUs 4.Standalone Particulars (A) 1.506.197.31 245.10 156.83 3.02 94.706.772 3.90 283.09 1.27 404.70 1.793 ` Crore 1.12 141.210.147.39 2. Finance costs 7.14 115.23 292.79 2.62 135.44 268.29 (9.72 2.51 128.18 45.00) 2.405.98 Quarter ended 30-Jun-12 MUs 4.531 8.15 (52.28) 4.174.01 36.42 224.30 295.84 647.80 97.79 1.40 3.61 225.022.61 154.54 186.281.43 115. Tax expense 9.39 83.56 1. Sales (B) 1.66 1.135.026.661 7.51 372.87 1.06 200.15 53.664.46 593.41 415.84 312.80 190.28) 205.25 929.492.599.95 497.95 221.74 138.30 133.87 4. Expenses a) Cost of power purchased b) Cost of fuel c) Cost of components.62 155.28 96. Profit from operations before other income.495.06 2. Generation 2.Q2FY13/H1FY13 Results .36 566.08 2. Other Income a) Gain / (Loss) on Exchange (net) b) Others 5.90 1.57 2.73 …Message Box ( Arial.09 1.682.54 568. finance costs and tax (1-2) 4.05 179.05 2.50 313.03 204.60 428.897.87 63.23) 645.12 1.53 4.29 361.12 2.74 514.731. Profit before finance costs and tax (3+4) 6.725 ` Crore 3.44 43.272 4.77 512.166.63 270.09 615.29 585. Income from operations a) Revenue from power supply and transmission charges Add: Income to be recovered in future tariff determination Add/(Less): Revenue adjustments pertaining to prior years (Refer Note Net Revenue b) Other operating income (net of excise duty) Total income from operations (Net) 2.34 255.36 318.46 594.31 8. Profit before tax (5-6) 8.230 15.28 MUs 7.03 1.87 832.190.409.46 162.864.23 310.81) 385.57 287.00 729.519.35 759.06 334.46 3.02 (152.84 594.14 608.27 167.90 253. Font size 18 Bold) 17 .04 Half year ended 30-Sep-12 30-Sep-11 MUs 8.869.14 1.53 444.28 108.60 Year ended 31-Mar-12 MUs 15.22 7.87 513.169.53 8.07 887.214.803.051.240 ` Crore 7.057.72 297.03 18.30 30-Sep-11 MUs 3.

34 1.784. exceptional items and tax (3+4) 6.88 (1.24 593.67 44.89 1.29) 70.30 (31.86 0.00 (705.03) 20.352.26 1.94 (655.649.42 119. Expenses a) Cost of power purchased b) Cost of coal purchased c) Cost of fuel d) Raw materials consumed e) Purchase of goods / spares / stock for resale f) Cost of components.81 9.25 1.275.63 1.01) 1.699.09 2.11 2.53 548.28 1.61 76.146.42 6. minority interest and share of profit of associates 7.46 (83.204.85) 107.00) 7.40 6.18 4.079.94 906.67 2.990.63 (252.55 306.62 12.66 11.29 195.12 1. Exceptional items Provision for impairment (Refer Note 5) 9.41 1.57 56.77 190.124. Profit before exceptional items and tax (5-6) 8.25 10.80) (45.543.26 50.16 (1.75 622.63 27.010.60 79.077.89 2.51 (0.792.953.66 3.51 (59. materials and services in respect of contracts g) (Increase) / Decrease in stock-in-trade and work-in-progress h) Royalty towards coal mining i) Coal processing charges j) Employee benefits expense k) Depreciation and amortisation expense l) Deferred stripping costs (net) m) Other expenses Total expenses 3.01) 141.14 154.87 62.44 823.42 421. Less: Minority interest 14.22 1.12 117.54 39.908.714.005.11 421.28 7.253.22 1.770.110. Net (Loss) / Profit after tax 12.55) 523. finance costs.28) 14.91 961.112.01 1.70 22.16 1.77 13.77 3.79 181.Q2FY13/H1FY13 Results – Consolidated Particulars 30-Sep-12 Quarter ended 30-Jun-12 (Reviewed) ` Cr or e ` Cr or e 6.56 331.05) 268.800.33 1.106.248.700.868.45 (155.4) Net Revenue b) Other operating income (net of excise duty) Total Income from Operations (net) 2.42 226.56) 453.676.15 1.83 250.053.847.03 834. Other income a) (Loss) / Gain on exchange (net) b) Others 5.49 (77. Share of profit of associates 13.12 18.32) (76.48 448.25 448. Income from operations a) Revenue Add : Income to be recovered in future tariff determination (net) Add / (Less): Revenue adjustments pertaining to prior years (Refer Note 2. Profit before finance costs.326.75 74.03 63.12 638.80 135.415.73 578.54 (968.06 106.37) 248.34 29.660.00 507.12 (252.44 2. Finance costs 7.197.93 Half year ended 30-Sep-12 30-Sep-11 (Reviewed) ` Cr or e ` Cr or e 14.72 7.35 6.61 2.53 26. Font size 18 Bold) 18 .57 2.346.00 306.94) 662.953.42 (1.106.831.41 1.475.64 659.49 50.39 108.50 (242.68) …Message Box ( Arial.76 302.122.52 309.334.11 1.88) (425.14 45.00 162.86) 207.37 2.225.13 1.13 (647.06 640.12 358.129.61 545.83 222. exceptional items and tax (1-2) 4.33 33.187.86 14.06 25.834. Net (Loss) / Profit after tax.46 145.97 1.15 53. Tax expense 11.527.34 (139.32 542.00 584.82 921.15) 267.68) 5.77 (177.74 6.23) 107.679.51 6.309.91 823.282.95 30-Sep-11 ` Cr or e 5.46 122.92 412.25 540.048.432.73 345.171.77 1.62 (31.36 5.79 505.66 248.398.101.874.81 969.76 3.001.25 655.519.60 14. Profit / (Loss) before tax 10.73 9.25 250.035.453.31 (756.93 12.26 36.732.98) 11.59) 1.90) 506.93 6.47 967.63) 100.39 21.77 27.158.93 (736.349.10 Year ended 31-Mar-12 (Audited) ` Cr or e 23.52 15.56 (152.87 132.087.45 6.18) 274.17 1.92 62.93 631.72 1.97 808.08 1.307.04 871. Profit from operations before other income.25 1.77 3.297.81 2.32 7.78 886.

10 Networth 107.7 9. Font size 18 Bold) 19 .Robust Financials (Standalone) All figures in INR billion 79 64 Revenues 95 74 74 9.3 44 75.19 41 39 41 81.2 Profit After Tax 11.63 99.39 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 …Message Box ( Arial.4 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY08 FY09 FY10 9M FY11 FY12 Earnings per share 45.4 9.99 100.7 8.

68% 46 23. Font size 18 Bold) 20 .0% 4.8%14.4% 12.86% 15.0% 6.60% 50 17.0% -4.0% 13.0 Net Income and Net Income margin 10.0 5.9% 16.0% 8.8 8.1%-4.1% 30 15.0 -15.0% -2.0% 6.0% 12.0% 10.00% FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 39 40 19.14% 50 20.00% 18.0% 6.0 25.0 10.2% 36 20.0% 16.0% 2.00% 0.0 8.0% …Message Box ( Arial.0% 10.0 -10.0% -5.0% 0.6 10.9 -6.2% 30 36 18.0 20.0% 4.0% -10.Robust Financials (Consolidated) All figures in INR billion 300 250 200 150 100 50 121 186 Revenues 263 EBITDA and EBITDA margin 60 19.1% 19.00% 196 199 30 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 EBIT and EBIT margin 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 16 12.00% 25.00% 10.0 2.0 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 0.56% 36 21 20 10 0 5.8% 12.6 20.0% 15.0% 18.2% 10.0% 0.

8 316.7 1.8 11.0 86.0 118.2 131.9 Networth 114.4 1.0 450.5 76. Font size 18 Bold) 21 .7 Net Debt/Equity 2.0 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 85.4 21.7 131.0 87.7 -9.0 300.2 225.0 Net Debt Equity 161.5 86.0 250.0 100.6 13.1 47.5 76.5 1.0 50.4 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 114.Robust Financials (Consolidated) All figures in INR billion 500.7 57.0 350.0 150.0 200.0 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 …Message Box ( Arial.0 Earnings per share 85.0 0.0 118.0 400.6 Profit After Tax 21.5 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 -5.1 1.2 129.

713 26.577 15.121 3.062 30.768 30.809 4.9881.910 5.517 40.366 2.159 4.701 1.185 4.982 99.994 1.709 9.00.970 71.739 9.409 3.192 23.935 1.489 37.786 4.517 455 46.905 57.369 14.354 41.396 10.520 …Message Box ( Arial.720 69.150 7.695 72.41.527 57. distribution and other expenses EBITDA Depreciation & amortization EBIT Interest Other (income) / expenses Profit before tax Tax Profit after tax FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 INR mm Balance Sheet Net worth Minority interest Secured Debt Unsecured Debt Total Debt Gross block Less: Depreciation Net block CWIP Total Fixed Assets Cash Current assets Current liabilities Net current assets FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 57.217 430 72.856 10.979 5.149 16.461 1.135 7.278 11.222 68.626 1.054 47.747 1.842 34.290 12.543 21.755 18.360 51.860 14.666 22.823 34.055 16.393 20.098 4.24.973 737 449 59.776 59.461 587 70.958 9.883 11.539 52.127 27.697 75.006 4.142 5.874 50. Font size 18 Bold) 22 .108 1.612 59.362 6.07.167 1.592 3.387 65.983 2.715 1.00.266 37.816 2.524 8.002 8.362 81.373 64.936 7.125 1.184 17.828 5.289 8.704 12.288 89.542 5.699 70.835 6. transmission.101 10.317 12.416 80.935 48.562 881 84.475 46.131 11.609 9.515 3.945 9.205 9.779 14.071 18.846 5.002 1.373 60.324 4.854 77.620 11.Standalone Financial Statements INR mm Income Statement Revenue Power supply and transmission Contracts Others Total Other Income Cost of power purchased Cost of fuel Generation.893 94.859 1.512 52.387 .811 20.607 32.817 46.581 47.762 62.268 17.978 12.05.953 42.829 7.189 37.665 51.230 12.099 39.311 7.683 37.444 69.154 9.818 58.872 287 38.905 6.

091 Total Debt Gross block Less: Depreciation Net block CWIP Total Fixed Assets Cash Current assets Current liabilities Net current assets 91.94.987 12.081 95.757 8.280 201.756 157.928 1.684 - 15.117 111.60.062 86.229 22.562 38.901 110.310 63.066 37.073 14.469 247.598 182.751 126.20.055 30.255 65.036 118.388 331.336 Interest Other (income) / expenses Provision for Impairment Profit before tax Tax Profit after tax Net Income - 5.231 Other expenses EBITDA Depreciation & amortization EBIT 16.454 11.89.050 71.767 2.868 36.143 16.385 49.154 55.129 2.889 45.508 5.510 11.073 22.087 132.841 (17.271 1.083 58.956 9.461 184.323 15.223 1.051 2.640 7.287 21.464 5.638 11.108 22.530 8.673 6.496 6.800 98.093 225.372) Balance Sheet Net worth 76.004 131.780 74.804 24.308 46.302 55.15.821 15.466 67.658 313.639 5.549 83.155 40.639 43.143 24.432 107.682 13.444 114.731 118.627 4.965 8.694 2.313 147.60.343 224.097 14.924 2.17.651 12.295 105.534 3.346 36.818 153 27.136 141.195 33.858 1.851 116.817 43.928 114.238 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 INR mm FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 3.829 24.527 21.877) …Message Box ( Arial.926 633 1.079 94.105 49.565 29.623 51.628 26.379 Minority interest Secured Debt Unsecured Debt 82.507 9.360 37.507 242.724 18.572 5.913 14.688 61.189 9.567 390 1.415 603 1.654 31.562 68.613 5.653 2.964 40. Font size 18 Bold) 23 .755 31.593 15.004 63.844 352.532 8.609 1.755 (9.823 1.80.931 34.441 96.927 195.575 9.283 74.624 353.765 11.802 36.468 52.386 19.812 6.23.226 31.770 9.194 23.849 2.756 21.701 74.001 195.081 110.665 12.434 123.449 162.221 5.683) (10.819 20.361 45.Consolidated Financial Statements INR mm Income Statement Revenue Power supply and transmission Electronics Others Total Other Income Cost of power purchased Cost of coal Cost of fuel 74.777 29.548 96.

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