Note on suzlon energy


Published on

  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Note on suzlon energy

  1. 1. K E Y N O T E Suzlon Energy Ltd. A Future Greener Than The Market ThinksDeepak A. Kolhe, Analyst Anchit Ahuja, 22-30266058) Keynote Capitals Institutional Research is also available on Bloomberg KNTE <GO>, Thomson One Analytics, Reuters Knowledge, Capital IQ, and Keynote Capitals Institutional Research –awarded “India’s Best IPO Analyst 2009” by MCX-Zee Business  
  2. 2. K E Y N O T ESuzlon Energy Ltd. Date: 08-Oct-2012 Key Stock DataSector Engineering Heavy Our line of thoughtCMP `17.552wk High/Low `39/15 The FCCB’s due for redemption during the current year wasMarket Cap `3119Cr6m Avg. daily vol 3523998 $568Mn out of which $360Mn has been redeemed in July andBSE Sensex 18938 the balance $208Mn is due in October. At the currentReco ‘Buy’Fair Value `32 exchange rate of Rs.52.27/- to the dollar, the rupee obligation is Rs1090Cr. Stock CodesBloomberg Code SUEL INReuters Code SUZL.BO When compared to the company’s turnover of Rs.21,082CrBSE Code 532667 and strong revenue guidance of (Rs.27,000-28,000 Cr), thisNSE Code SUZLONFace Value `2 problem seems small. Shareholding pattern Order book positions is at its all time high of $7.4Bn (30th June, 2012) (Rs.38,000Cr) as on Q1FY13 Other The company continues to post good operating cash flows. s 39% Last year, the operating cash flow was Rs.838Cr in FY12 Prom oter 53% The Market has highly discounted Suzlon Energy Ltd. due to FII the FCCB repayment obligation due in October as well as DII 5% 3% some operational constrains it has been facing. But we Price Performance (%) believe that a 50% fall over the past year isn’t justified.1 Mth 3 Mths 6 Mths 1 Yr15.8% -8.83% -30.2% -49.7% The company’s current Price to book value is 0.61x, which is low as compared to an industry average of 1.11x. Stock Price Performance 120 110 Its price to Sales ratio is 0.15x as compared to an industry 100 90 average of 1.05x. 80 70 60 On the basis of P/BV(x) of 1.11x ratio, we expect fair value of 50 40 Rs32 per share. 30 Suzlon Sensex1                                                                                                                                                                       Keynote Capitals Ltd.  
  3. 3.                                                      K E Y N O T E  About Company The Suzlon Group is ranked as the world’s fifth largest wind turbine supplier, in terms of cumulative installed capacity, at the end of 2011. The company’s global spread extends across Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa and North and South America approaching 20,000 MW of wind energy capacity installed in 30 countries, operations in 33 countries, and a workforce of over 13,000. “The Repower Effect” In 2007, Suzlon Energy fought of competition from Areva, the then largest shareholder of Repower, to acquire majority stake in the company. By 2009, Suzlon had acquired 92% of the company giving it access to the expanding European market, a market to which After the acquisition of Repower supplied. Repower, suzlon’s topline The benefit of the acquisition can be seen in the geographical breakup of the company’s contribution from the Europe top line. Europe which contributed a mere 17% (Rs.2,624 Cr) to the company’s top line and ROW increased to 44% started contributing 44%(Rs.9,008 Cr). as compared to 17% This strategy seems to have paid off considering the reduction in demand from the American market, offset by the demand from the European market. This American market saw its contribution to the company’s top line reduce from 33% (Rs.5,230Cr) to 19%(Rs.3,870Cr). Geographywise revenue breakup for FY2008-09 and FY200910 2008-09 2009-10 4% 7% 16% 28% 20% 44% 17% 7% 19% 33% 7% India USA & canada India USA & canada China Europe & Rest of World China Europe & Rest of World Australia Australia Others The top line grew by 30%, majority of which was contributed by the European geographical segment Rs Cr Geographical Segment 2008-09 2009-10 Growth % India 4420 4102 -7% USA & Canada 5230 3870 -26% China 1104 1475 34% Europe & Rest of World 2624 9009 243% Australia 2519 1356 -46% Others 809 Total 15897 20621 30%2                                                                                                                                                                       Keynote Capitals Ltd.  
  4. 4.                                                      K E Y N O T E  Back to growth trajectorySuzlon had raised about & Suzlon raised $568mn through FCCBs to fulfill its aspirations for becoming a large global player by adopting inorganic growth trajectory. While this strategy worked partly for the600Mn through FCCB’s inorder company, a severe global slowdown hit its operational performance during the period ofto fund its multiple Acqusitions 2008-11. We believe that as European and the American economies are picking up, the company would set to return to growth path. Suzlon already redeemed “$360mn” FCCBs, and next redemption that is set in October 2012 is more likely to go through. Sell Suzlon announced to sold its 35% 30000 acquire remaini 30% stake REpower for Suzlon ng of €1.3 billion raised 26.06% Hanse its stake in n for 25000 share Hansen 25% $370 to 92% million of REpo wer 20000 20% Acquisiti on of Hansen 15000 15% for $565Mn 10000 10% 5000 5% 0 0% FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FCCB Issued Net Sales EBITDA Margin Current status of FCCB issueSuzlon has already Redeemed Outstanding Conver Maturityvalu Maturit sion Maturit Coupo e withFCCB’s amounting to $360Mn FCCBs amount y value Status price y date n rate redemptionp(Rs.1900Cr.). (US$mn) $Mn (Rs) remium June 2012 211.3 97.26 12-Jun 0% 145.23% 306.87It has to redeem FCCB’s worth Jun-12 35.6 76.68 12-Jun 7.50% 150.24% 53.48$208Mn(Rs.1,081Cr) byOctober Total 246.9 173.94 360.35 Redeemed October 2012 121.4 97.26 12-Oct 0% 144.88% 175.88 Oct-12 20.8 76.68 12-Oct 7.50% 157.72% 32.8 Due for Total 142.2 173.94 208.68 redemptions Jul-14 90 90.38 14-Jul 0% 134.20% 120.78 Apr-16 175 54.01 16-Apr 5.00% 108.70% 190.22 Due for Total 265 144.39 311 redemptions3                                                                                                                                                                       Keynote Capitals Ltd.  
  5. 5.                                                      K E Y N O T E  • At the start of the year, the total FCCB outstanding was $880 Mn out of which $569 Mn(65% of total FCCB obligation) worth of FCCB’s are due for redemption during the current year (FY 13). • The company redeemed FCCB’s worth $360Mn, close to 65% of the total FCCB obligation of the current year, through sale of non-critical assets, internal accruals and the new facilities from senior secured lenders in Q1FY13 • The outstanding FCCB repayment, due in Oct, is $208.69Mn • Current cash positions, as on 30th June, 2012, are Rs.455 Cr standalone and Rs1372 Cr consolidated. • Bondholders have been requested for a four month extension of October FCCBs to allow the company to close various financing measures and drive alignment between all stakeholders on allocation of cash resources. FCCBs due in October 2012 and company’s positions to repay debt. Particulars Amt. In $ Mn Amt .in Rs Cr* Total redemption in Oct due 208.69 1106.06 Part payment through asset sale 60.00 318.00 Cash and bank balance 85.85 455.00 Deficit 62.84 333.06 1$=Rs53 The company’s management has always maintained the concerns regarding the appreciation of dollar against the rupee, while the rupee already dipped from Rs39.87 to Rs57.12 during FY07-12 it recently recovered to Rs52.17. Considering the current scenario of back-to-reform strategy of the Indian government, we expect the rupee to stay positive against dollar in the near future, which will help the company’s cause.4                                                                                                                                                                       Keynote Capitals Ltd.  
  6. 6.                                                      K E Y N O T E  Realigning its business to fund FCCB The company is realigning its strategy in china and it is currently in talks to sell one of its Chinese subsidiaries for $60 Mn (Rs. 360Cr.), a move that will help fund the FCCB repayment as well as help it accomplish its current strategy of concentrating on its core business. In 2006,Suzlon Energy was the only international player to enter the Chinese market. At the time, it was a very attractive market with installation capacity expanding in double digits, pushing china to the top spot in the wind energy market. Recently, intense competition has taken the sheen off this once attractive market. The number of wind equipment players has increased from around 10 in 2006 to around 80 last year. This intense competition may reduce the company’s market share as well as its profit margin; hence Suzlon’s decision to hive off its Chinese subsidiary augurs well for the company, going forward. American Fight back! Strong revenue growth from A revival of the American economy helped as the company saw an increase in revenue the US and Canada from this geographical segment. The American segment, which once contributed to 33% Geography,   of the company’s top line, saw its contribution drop to a poultry 5% only to pick up once again as the world moves towards a greener future, reliant on renewable energy. Geographywise revenue breakup for FY12 and FY11 FY11 FY12 17% 1.5% 3% 5% 48% 5% 3% 6% 39% 1% 37% 36% India Europe USA & Canada India Europe USA & canada China Australia Others China Australia Others Rs Cr Geographical Segment 2010-11 2011-12 Growth % India 6506.27 7801.51 20% USA & canada 876.21 3480.28 297% China 847.13 314.47 -63% Europe & Rest of World 8520.26 8184.42 -4% Australia 1001.38 714.1 -29% Others 127.88 587.59 359% Total 17879.13 21082.37 18%5                                                                                                                                                                       Keynote Capitals Ltd.  
  7. 7.                                                      K E Y N O T E  Drastic change in segmental revenue dynamics post Hansen Sale In sticking with its new strategy of concentrating on its core business as well as reducing its debt, Suzlon completed the sale of 26.06% of its stake in Hansen for Rs.890 Cr. The effect of this sale can be seen in the segment wise revenue break up. Segmental Revenue break-up FY10 FY12 Hansen stake sale achieved; proceeds used for 0.21% 0.20% 0.44% deleverage   0.09% 12.08% 87.62% 99.35% Sale of WTG Others Foundry & Forging Sale of Gear Box Sale of WTG Others Foundry & Forging• Strong order book providing visibility for the balance year Robust order book position and Guidance for FY13• Continued momentum in order intake in domestic and The company boosts a strong order book position as on 31st March, 2012 international markets particulars $Bn Suzlon India 1.2 Suzlon International 1.1 REpower 5.1• Focus on managing debt Total Value 7.4 obligations first• Drawing comfort from Suzlon Group: Guidance for FY13 robust order book and scheduled deliveries Suzlon has only just surprised the market by meeting its revised guidance for FY12.The current order book stands at $7.4Bn (approx Rs.38,000Cr) which is close to 2 times FY 12 Revenue and the highest ever order book position for the company. The company gave strong guidance for the FY13 Particulars Revenue Rs27000-28000Cr ($5-5.3bn) EBIT Margin 6%6                                                                                                                                                                       Keynote Capitals Ltd.  
  8. 8.                                                      K E Y N O T E  The Top 8 wind turbine manufacturers by annual market share (installed capacity) in 2011 by IHS Inc. Country Name of Company Market share Denmark Vestas 12.70% China Sinovel 9.00% China Goldwind 8.70% United States GE Energy 8.70% Spain Gamesa 8.00% Germany Enercon 7.80% United States GE Wind Energy 7.70% India Suzlon Group 7.6% (Suzlon & Repower) Recent Transactions The $850 million acquisition of Seajacks International, a UK- Marubeni Corporation (Marubeni) and Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ) based offshore Wind Power have entered into an agreement with Riverstone Holdings, a U.S. investment fund, for Service provider, by Marubeni full acquisition of Riverstone’s wholly-owned subsidiary company Seajacks Corporation and Innovation International (Seajacks), a UK based offshore wind power service provider. Marubeni Network Corporation of Japan and INCJ are investing on a 50/50 share basis. This acquisition marks the first full scale entry by a Japanese enterprise into the offshore wind power installation business utilizing special turbine installation vessels (TIV). The $12 million acquisition of Fuji Heavy Industries, a maker of the Subaru brand of cars, agreed to sell its Fuji Heavy Industries’ Wind windturbine generator system business to Hitachi, the electronics and industrial Turbine Generator Business machinery manufacturer. The companies will begin discussions on the specific terms of by Hitachi, the agreement and plan to complete the sale by July 2012. Hitachi will pay about 1 billion yen (~$12M) to acquire the business. Goldwind announced it will sell its wholly-owned blade manufacturer Tellhow WindThe $33Mn acquisition of Power to Sinoma Science and Technology subsidiary Simomatech for CNY215MTellhow Wind Power by (~$33M). Tellhow was launched by Goldwind in 2007 and makes blades for theSinoma Science and companys 1.5 MW direct drive turbine. Goldwind said the sale would allow it to "reducetechnology investment in production." Simomatech also makes wind turbine blades. Wind turbine maker Vestas entered into an agreement with Chinese Titan Wind Energy Vestas divests towers factory (Suzhou), a manufacturer of wind turbine towers, to sell off the Danish facility (towers to Titan Wind Energy factory in Varde, Denmark). The agreement must be approved by Chinese authorities, which was expected to happen shortly. Vestas will transfer the facility in Varde in September. From the above, it is clear that the wind Power sector is very active.7                                                                                                                                                                       Keynote Capitals Ltd.  
  9. 9.                                                      K E Y N O T E  Great Valuation as compared to Global players We believe that on the basis of the P/BV(x) & P/S(x) ratio, Suzlon is currently trading at a discount as compared to its global peers. Suzlon energy current Price to book ratio is 0.61x, which is low as compared to global player like Sinovel Wind, Xinjiang Goldwind, Nordex SE and Vergnet SA. Its Price to Sales ratio is 0.15x as compared to an Global peer average of 1.05x The FCCB’s due for redemption during the current year is 208Mn which at the current exchange rate of Rs.51.83/- to the dollar is around Rs.1, 080Cr. When compared to the companies turnover of Rs.21,082Cr and strong order book positions of $7.4Bn as on Q1FY13, this problem seems small. Suzlon continues to post good operating cash flows. Last year, the operating cash flow was Rs.838Cr in FY12 On the basis of P/BV(x) ratio, we expect fair value of Rs32 per share after considering P/BV(x) of 1.11x. Peer comparison (Rs Cr) Company name Revenue Mkt cap P/Sales(x) P/BV(x) Vestas Wind Syste 39387.5 6754.0 0.17 0.37 Suzlon Energy Lim 21359.2 3119.0 0.15 0.61 Xinjiang Goldwind 10521.5 12608.0 1.20 1.2 Sinovel Wind Grou 8549.1 19039.0 2.23 1.68 Nordex SE 6375.7 1597.0 0.25 0.62 Shanghai Taisheng. 504.4 1630.0 3.23 1.49 Vergnet SA 462.7 61.0 0.13 1.77 Average 1.05  1.11     8                                                                                                                                                                       Keynote Capitals Ltd.  
  10. 10.                                                      K E Y N O T E  KEYNOTE CAPITALS LTD. Member Stock Exchange, Mumbai (INB 010930556) National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. (INB 230930539) Over the Counter Exchange of India Ltd. (INB 200930535) Central Depository Services Ltd. (IN-DP-CDSL-152-2001) The Ruby, 9th Floor Senapati Bapat Marg Dadar (W), Mumbai – 400 028. T: +91-22-30266000, F: +91-22-30266088 DISCLAIMER • This report has been prepared and issued by Keynote Capitals Limited, based solely on public information and sources believed to be reliable. • Neither the information nor any opinion expressed herein, constitutes an offer, or an invitation to make an offer, to buy or sell any securities or any options, futures or other derivatives related to such securities and also for the purpose of trading activities. • Keynote Capitals Limited makes no guarantee, representation or warranty, express or implied and accepts no responsibility or liability as to the accuracy or completeness or correctness of the information in this report. • Keynote Capitals and its affiliates and their respective officers, directors and employees may hold positions in any securities mentioned in this Report (or in any related investment) and may from time to time add to or dispose of any securities or investments. • Keynote Capitals may also have proprietary trading positions in securities covered in this report or in related instruments. • An affiliate of Keynote Capitals Limited may also perform or seek to perform broking, investment banking and other banking services for the company under coverage. • If ‘Buy’, ‘Sell’, or ‘Hold’ recommendation is made in this Report, such recommendation or view or opinion expressed on investments in this Report is not intended to constitute investment advice and should not be intended or treated as a substitute for necessary review or validation or any professional advice. The views expressed in this Report are those of the analyst which are subject to change and do not represent to be an authority on the subject. Keynote Capitals may or may not subscribe to any and/ or all the views expressed herein. • The opinions presented herein are liable to change without any notice. • Though due care has been taken in the preparation of this report, Keynote Capitals limited or any of its directors, officers or employees shall be in any way be responsible for any loss arising from the use thereof. • Investors are advised to apply their judgment before acting on the contents of this report. • This report or any portion hereof may not be reprinted, sold or redistributed without the written consent of Keynote Capitals Limited.9                                                                                                                                                                       Keynote Capitals Ltd.