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HPL Electric and Power reports revenue of Rs 129 Cr in Q1 FY’22

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HPL Electric and Power reports revenue of Rs 129 Cr in Q1 FY’22

HPL Electric and Power Ltd has reported revenue of Rs 129 Crores in Q1 FY’22. The revenue of the company has grown by 34% year on year. 

The Metering business revenue registered a strong growth of 40% YoY to Rs 49.4 crores. However, the performance of the Metering business was impacted as the inspection and dispatches was halted due to COVID-19 related lockdown and restrictions. The inspection and enquiries has started gaining traction in Q2 FY22.

In the ‘Consumer’ segment (including non-utility meters) performance too was muted by the lockdown. However, the ‘Consumer’ segment revenue grew by 31% YoY to Rs 80 crores in Q1 FY22. The switchgear segment revenue at grew Rs 23.7 crores in Q1 FY22, a growth of 4% YoY. Similarly, the lighting segment & the wires and cables segment revenue grew by 33% YoY and 35% YoY, respectively to Rs 37.6 crores and Rs 18.2 crores in Q1 FY22. The revenue share of the Consumer segment stood stable at 67% in Q1 FY22 & Q1 FY21, respectively.

HPL’s EBITDA surged by 48% YoY to Rs 9.8 crores with the EBITDA margin at 7.6%. The EBITDA Margin expanded by 71 bps YoY to 7.6% in Q1 FY22 due to a sharp decline in the raw material prices. The company’s bottom-line was primarily impacted by the under absorption of fixed costs (including the interest cost & depreciation). However, the actual cash loss during the quarter was restricted at Rs 6 crores. 

Gautam Seth, Joint Managing Director, said, “The Company’s revenue for the first quarter registered 34% YoY growth to Rs 129 Crores as compared to the corresponding quarter last year, though on a lower base. The metering segment’s traction was hindered due to lower inspections and dispatches led by COVID-19 restrictions and lockdown, severely impacting the momentum gained in Q4 FY21. However, the Metering business revenue grew by 40% YoY to Rs 49 crores in Q1 FY22.”

He said, “The Consumer segment sentiments too remained muted during Q1 FY22 due the nationwide severe second wave of COVID-19. We are now witnessing strong traction in Q2 FY22 across our segments with pick-up in Meter dispatches and increase in demand in the Consumer segment. Going ahead, we have a strong order book position of Rs 685 Crores ensuring revenue visibility for the current year.”

Mr Seth adds, “We are very positive about the opportunities in the smart metering space as both the public and private power distribution companies are progressively shifting focus towards installing smart meters, replacing the conventional meters.”

Consolidated current order book stands at Rs 685 crores (net of GST)
·         Metering orders of Rs 282 crores
·         Switchgear orders of Rs 173 crores
·         Lighting orders of Rs 71 crores
·         Wires & Cables orders of Rs 159 crores

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