OPG Power Venture Plc (OPG)

London
6.20
0.00(0.00%)
  • Volume:
    18,953
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    6.20 - 6.20

OPG Overview

Prev. Close
6.2
Day's Range
6.2-6.2
Revenue
55.6M
Open
6.2
52 wk Range
5.64-16
EPS
0.02
Volume
18,953
Market Cap
24.85M
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
82,894
P/E Ratio
4.28
Beta
0.97
1-Year Change
-47.23%
Shares Outstanding
400,733,511
Next Earnings Date
-
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OPG Power Venture Plc Analysis

OPG Power Venture Plc Company Profile

OPG Power Venture Plc Company Profile

Sector
Utilities
Employees
336

OPG Power Ventures Plc is an Isle of Man-based company, which is primarily engaged in the development, owning, operation and maintenance of private sector power projects in India. The electricity generated from the Company’s plants is sold principally to public sector undertakings and captive power shareholders in India or in the short-term market. The Company’s flagship 414 megawatts (MW) coal fired thermal plant is in the industrial state Tamil Nadu close to the ports of Ennore and Chennai. The plant comprises four units on the same site. The Company also operates its 64 MW of solar projects in Karnataka. The projects are across four sites comprising three sites of 20 MW and one site of two MW. Its subsidiaires include Caromia Holdings limited, Gita Power and Infrastructure Private Limited, OPG Power Generation Private Limited and Samriddhi Surya Vidyut Private Limited.

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  • When's right time to buy?
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    • I really like this company & its statements of rebalancing the fossil fuel consumption in favour of fuel pellets, its eco awareness & commitment to sustainability. The SP appears to be on the turn as business demands for power are returning after the C-19 impact.
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      • Will this ever pick up?
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