Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mytrah Energy LSE:MYT London Ordinary Share GG00B64BJ143 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.375p +0.87% 43.25p 41.50p 45.00p - - - 16,023.00 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 50.7 0.3 0.5 76.6 70.75

Mytrah Energy Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/10/2016
19:33
Yes but why so quick? This is not how the listed world works.
hounddog10
21/10/2016
19:02
I think their previously stated target was mid 2017. They were confirming that would be met but without saying when. Guess they could have said would beat that target given the closeness of completing they obviously knew about.
eddie1980
20/10/2016
09:44
How is it that they announce on 12 Sept in their interims they will get to 1GW of wind in mid 2017 and yet get there six weeks later?
hounddog10
07/10/2016
12:44
Hutch_Pod. So did I on refinancing but they are not always consistent on messaging. The scale of any "IPO" proceeds puzzles me in relation to current market cap. Either they are assuming they can raise it at a much higher price or it would be very dilutive. Further, why would they need so much equity for the announced projects in 2017? I presume it is for a massive ramp up in 2018 and beyond.
hounddog10
07/10/2016
06:45
Thanks hounddog. I actually thought they were happily refinanced after the $380m refinancing announced at interims. The listing is v interesting too. Seems positive.
hutch_pod
05/10/2016
07:51
They are rumoured or be raising/replacing $120m of finance (unclear how much debt or equity). They seem also to have hired advisers about going public and looking to raise $250-300m (probably 2Q 2017 I would guess - after 2106 annual results out). I think this is in part to deal with the IDFC mezz finance that matures early next year. They do not seem to realise they are already public albeit on a junior market. As the IPO advisers are Indian I guess they would be looking to India or Singapore. Whether they will retain the AiM quotation is unclear. It will be interesting to see what the issue of new shares will be priced at. I can only imagine it will be at least a fair bit higher than the current share price. It is worth remembering that when MYT floated on AiM the shares were sold 85p from memory and the company is infinitely more developed now. hxxp://www.livemint.com/Companies/91mf3x8zuJCtswI0nD6xIJ/Mytrah-close-to-raising-Rs800-crore-from-Piramal-SFG.html
hounddog10
30/9/2016
10:11
Does anyone have a view on when they can get their solar projects installed? They are quite cautious about it - but they seem to be quite a way down the road on PPAs, financing, land and equipment ordering. I would have thought the actual installation phase is only 2 to 3 months in which case most of it would be in by mid 2017. They say they will get to 1.4GW (which would include the solar) in the "medium term" which appears to imply later than 2017. But I may be misreading that. They are very detailed on the progress of their wind projects but not so on solar.
hounddog10
26/9/2016
18:57
I think it is less likely to do so. I am betting 2017 will be its year. I very much hope it does not delist because I think it is at a turning point. I don't think (hope) Ravi Kaillas wants to delist from a market and they have said the Development Bank backing them is looking for an exit. Currently MYT is not having a good ride on AIM but that is because at the moment the financial results are not looking exciting. However, to my mind, that it is simply because of operational ramp up and prior poor monsoons plus crucially profits come in the second half. This year the monsoon is at least average - perhaps a bit more and the (initial) ramp up is largely done. By my back of the envelope calculations for the full year (the main benefit of monsoon winds comes in the second half) they will make $15m to $30m (and that will be after $5m or so of one off debt reduction costs). Put that on a p/e of say even 10 and the outcome is obvious. I think this is an under researched and appreciated stock. There is high leverage so care needs to be taken from that perspective. I am hoping the price will begin to move on the full year results.
hounddog10
26/9/2016
14:27
After 80% Fall In Share Price, CSF Group Proposes To Delist From AIM (ALLISS) CSF Group PLC on Monday said it will seek shareholder approval to cancel its shares from trading on AIM due to the relatively low demand for its... Any risk MYT could do the same?
ggbarabajagal
18/4/2016
12:43
Meet Mytrah Energy at the Proactive One2One Renewable Energy Forum taking place on the evening of 21st April in Mayfair, London. To Register to attend, please click here: http://tinyurl.com/gkwjjv4
aim_trader
07/4/2016
08:10
Indian companies companies not to be trusted
hoder
07/4/2016
08:10
Indian companies companies not to be trusted
hoder
07/4/2016
06:48
Yes, but the price rises 1 day before the news is released. Shame on them.
freda
03/3/2016
15:53
Video interview with Mytrah Energy executive vice president Bob Smith http://tinyurl.com/jmwyzhw Mytrah Energy (LON:MYT) executive vice president, Bob Smith, believes that the power producer is “setting a standard for the industry” with its recent debt refinancing package. The company has negotiated a deal with three banks to replace loans that were with 22 banks, a transaction he says is “a real reflection of the growing maturity” of Mytrah. Smith also states that the variable winds that affected the firm’s performance last year were a “one-off”, and is “very confident that that’s not an indication of the future”.
proactivest
14/8/2015
13:00
Mytrah EVP Bob Smith speaks to Proactive .... http://tinyurl.com/ojkr6d4
ftseproactive
06/8/2015
07:44
Promising news on solar entry in the AGM update. Also: hTtp://www.smh.com.au/environment/indias-biggest-solar-power-auction-brings-further-drop-in-costs-20150804-girpyd.html "Global competition is keeping us on our toes for profitability," he said. Wind energy company Mytrah sealed a deal for 327 megawatts at a tariff of 5.75 rupees, of which 150 megawatts is under the utility-scale category, said Vikram Kailas, the company's managing director. "This win is line with our strategy of diversifying into solar and is a huge responsibility," he said.
hutch_pod
21/4/2015
17:09
No longer a minnow, MYT is now a serious player in the renewables sector and a solid platform now established for sustainable growth. MYT have been quietly getting on with it - led by a highly credible Exec/senior management team.
knackers
21/4/2015
10:37
Does anyone know if the finance costs given in the results includes an element of capital repayment?
hashertu
21/11/2014
17:07
Should dispel any lingering concerns. 1,000MW in sight and all eyes on India. If PM Modi can continue the momentum of reforms and market restructuring the potential for significant economic growth returning to India over the next 3-5 years is real.
knackers
16/10/2014
16:12
India - the growth story of the century? hxxp://www.wealthx.com/articles/minisite-post/india-the-growth-story-of-the-century/
knackers
31/7/2014
12:49
I've included MYT on a thread showing a dozen UK-listed stocks with exposure to India. http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=32400590
m.t.glass
25/7/2014
10:21
Ravi Kailas, Chairman and CEO said: "To have increased our portfolio by 15% since March 2014 and by 70% since 31 December 2013 is a very positive achievement and we are pleased to report that our entire asset base is performing well at the start of the 2014 wind season. We anticipate 22 MW of assets becoming operational in the near term, and in Q3 2013 having signed an order with Suzlon for 227 MW, we have a solid development pipeline for the future."
knackers
10/6/2014
10:10
Significant for MYTRAH. A 'saffron revolution' - Focus falling on renewables to help address India's power deficit, whilst reducing emissions. Despite heavy support in the election campaign from oil and gas companies, Modi seems keen to stress his desire to boost the country's renewable energy capacity. As chief minister of Gujarat between 2001-2014 he pioneered the first incentives for large scale solar power, opening a 600MW solar park and leaving the state with a renewables share of 17%. "We need a saffron revolution that focuses on renewable energy sources such as solar energy, to meet India's growing energy demand." "We have a lot of potential for solar and wind, particularly in parts of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Karnataka." http://www.rtcc.org/2014/06/09/india-pm-modi-targets-saffron-revolution-for-solar-energy/#sthash.nV0jbK4i.dpuf
knackers
09/6/2014
14:05
A significant boost for renewables/clean energy. Modi Govt to focus on a new energy policy for India: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/modi-government-will-come-out-with-national-energy-policy-president/
knackers
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