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Q1 2011 analyst presentation
Q1 2011 analyst presentation
Q1 2011 analyst presentation
Q1 2011 analyst presentation
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  • 1. Hera Group Q1 resultsAnalyst presentation12th May 2011
  • 2. Strong results outperforming track recordsQ1 ’11 growth rates Strong set of achievements in Q1 down +40.2% to bottom line. +28.6% +21.2% Results underpinned by Energy activities outstanding performance driven by commercial development and procurement position. Ebitda Ebit Net Profit M&A contributed to results (4.1% of Ebitda growth) through 50% JV Enomondo.Q1 track record Cash generation further reduced net +39.2 m€ debt enhancing financial ratios thanks to better working capital mgmt and capex profile. +19.9 m€ +18.5 m€ Positive results in all businesses driving +12.3 m€ Ebitda up by +39.2 m€ (+21% Q/Q), highest growth ever reached in Q1 since 2003. Q1 08 Q1 09 Q1 10 Q1 11 1
  • 3. Q1 ’11: bottom line grows +40% Q1 2011 posted a growth in line with full year 2010Tariffs, energyprices and market Contribution from allexpansion businesses and drivers Less dividend fromLower incidence of associates by 2.8m€IRAP 2
  • 4. Growth offsets seasonal working capital increase Change in net financial debt Financial debt towards proper2100 balancing. 1,971 1,963 Positive free cash flows for the third quarter 1,860 1,846 in a row. Q1 ’11 cash generation fully offset1600 seasonal increase in working capital (up by Q2 10 Q3 10 Q4 10 Q1 11 40.9 m€) and consolidation of 50% JV Enomondo. Cash Flows 150 +130.1 (59.8) Further enhancement of financial soundness: 100 (40.9) D/E from 0.99x to 0.94x 50 (19) +3.3 +13.7 D/Ebitda enhanced by 20% (Q/Q). 0 Oper. Capex NWC M&A Other Free CF CF* * Net profit+Depreciations 3
  • 5. Strong Ebitda growth almost fully organic Ebitda growth Drivers Organic Growth fuelled by gas supply (Ebitda from 26 to 41 m€) and by electricity230 +36.0 +1.6 +1.6 224.3 supply (Ebitda from 9 to 20 m€). Increase in tariffs, customers, cross selling 185.1 and synergies. New plants: WTE Rimini (started up new turbine in March) and Imola Cogen.130 Q1 10 Syn & New Plants M&A Q1 11 M&A relates to JV Enomondo and other Org.G. marginal perimeter changes. Ebitda by strategic area Positive growth in all businesses. Waste management increased both material recovery and market positioning. Networks in line with tariff and efficiency development achieved in 2010 (+4.1%). Energy strongly increased contribution thanks to supply activities and commodities price development. 4
  • 6. Waste: harvesting from asset baseFinancial highlights Sales growth mainly driven by +6% in special waste volumes, in spite of slow recovery of manufacturing activities (+1.3%) and energy production. Ebitda underpinned in WTE performanceIndustrial figures (mainly related to new WTE in Rimini). Financials benefit from consolidation of 50% JV in biomass plant (Enomondo). Higher margins (+70bp) reflect also the electricity price increase in Q1.Waste treatments 23% 21% 18% Sorted collection reached 49.3% of 14% total urban waste. Q1 10 8% Q1 11 7% WTE Composting Landfill 5
  • 7. Water: efficiency and tariff enhancements offset bad weatherFinancial highlights Revenues growth mainly driven by tariffs increase partially offset by lower volumes related to weather conditions. Ebitda increase driven by synergies and tariff that offset higher electricity pricesVolumes and lower volumes. New connections continue to highlight negative trend of real estate industry. Ebitda margin up by 100 bp. 6
  • 8. Gas: better procurement offsets mild winter season effectsFinancial highlights Revenues growth mainly driven by higher commodity prices partially offset by lower volumes (gas and district heating) related to mild winter season. Ebitda increase mainly driven by enhanced margins in procurement and supply activities.Volumes Trading activities continued to yield positive growth (+11% volumes). Ebitda margin up by 300 bp. 7
  • 9. Electricity: performance led by market expansionFinancial highlights Revenues growth mainly driven by higher volumes related to “salvaguardia” services and market expansion (+51k customers in Q1). Trading activities continued to yield positive growth. Procurement and supply portfolio benefit from commodity price development.Volumes Ebitda margin up by 300 bp. 8
  • 10. Capital expenditure under controlCapital Exp. & Investments Capex further decrease in 2011 mainly due to the completion of WTE plants while in line with schedule. Q1 ’11 capex mainly relates to maintenance. Waste capex reduced due to completion of WTE plants (6.9 m€ relates to WTE in Rimini) Capex of other business areas are substantially in line with Q1 ‘10. 9
  • 11. Closing remarks Financial highlights Market expansion and better margins enhance profitability. Waste mgmt commercial approach is contributing in tackling with slow recovery in Italian economy. Developed asset base almost fully contributed to results. Energy is benefitting from past strategic choices (market expansion and procurement approach) Cash generation combined with lower capex reduce debt for the third quarter in a row. M&A strengthened Waste asset base with a new biomass plant. Sadori Gas (signed in April) will start to contribute from Q2 results. DPS of 9 €c approved by AGM and will be paid on the 9th June. 10
  • 12. Q&A session

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