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Monday, December 28, 2009

Jaiprakash Power Ventures Ltd:Buy/sell/hold,growth prospects and recomendation,news and results,target price and analysis,views and outlook

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Story:JPVL (Jaiprakash Hyrdo) currently operates only a 300 MW run-of-the-river Baspa-II project in Himachal Pradesh . The merger of the former JPVL would mean that its total hydro generation capacity would reach 700 MW, post-merger. The merged entity would also have 12,770 MW of capacity added over the next nine years.The merging company has a huge portfolio of power projects in the pipeline with good mix of hydro and thermal projects. High gestation period for the hydro projects under development may put pressure on the return on equity (ROE) of the company over the next few years, limiting the benefits from merchant power ROE (greater then 40 per cent).The company will also benefit from CDM and certified emissions reductions on its hydro projects as well as due to the adoption of super-critical technologies for the thermal projects.The recently renamed Jaiprakash Power Ventures has been created through the merger of the former Jaiprakash Power Ventures with Jaiprakash Hydro Power in the swap ratio of 1:3 (three shares of Jaiprakash Hydro for one of JPVL). The record date is set on January 04, 2010. As a precursor to this merger, Jaiprakash Hydro Power has already been renamed Jaiprakash Power Ventures.The stock already appears to have factored in the near-term impact of the merger. The current market price of Rs 74, for Jaiprakash Power Ventures discounts its estimated FY-10 earnings by 65 times; but that works out to 16.5 times its estimated FY-12 earnings. This earnings/share also assumes dilution for the Rs 1500 crore of capital raising which is expected to be done over next few months.The merger of the group's power assets into the company may give it access to new capacity additions of about 1000 MW of hydro power in 15 months time, with further additions thereafter which could contribute immensely to the bottomline.Despite the earnings dilution and high valuation premium being paid compared to peers, the increase in merchant power off-take from its capacity additions may more than compensate for the dilution beyond the next fiscal — FY-12. The benefits of the amalgamation may, however, accrue over the long term and carry challenges such as timely execution and adequate funding.Investors with high-risk appetite and long-term investment horizon should hold on to the Jaiprakash Power Ventures (JPVL, until recently named Jaiprakash Hydro Power) stock.
Source:M. V. S. Santosh Kumar

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