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Tata Power Company Ltd

BSE Code : 500400 | NSE Symbol : TATAPOWER | ISIN:INE245A01021| SECTOR : Power Generation & Distribution |

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MARKET CAP (RS CR) 77343.19
P/E 26.75
BOOK VALUE (RS) 58.2988558
DIV (%) 155
MARKET LOT 1
EPS (TTM) 9.05
PRICE/BOOK 4.15188251430485
DIV YIELD.(%) 0.64
FACE VALUE (RS) 1
DELIVERABLES (%) 30.76
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20-Jan-2022

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19-Jan-2022

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18-Jan-2022

Tata Power Company Ltd - Tata Power Company Limited - Press Release

17-Jan-2022

Tata Power Renewable Energy commissions two solar power projects in UP

17-Jan-2022

Tata Power Renewable Energy commissions two solar power projects in UP

10-Jan-2022

Tata Power Company to discuss results

07-Jan-2022

Tata Power leads S&P Global's ESG Score for Power Utilities in India

03-Jan-2022

Tata Power appoints CFO

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Select Company Name BSE Code NSE Symbol
Adani Green Energy Ltd 541450 ADANIGREEN
Adani Power Ltd 533096 ADANIPOWER
Adani Transmission Ltd 539254 ADANITRANS
Andhra Valley Power Supply Company Ltd (Merged) 500061 ANDRAVALLY
BF Utilities Ltd 532430 BFUTILITIE
CESC Ltd 500084 CESC
CPEC Ltd 505678
Energy Development Company Ltd 532219 ENERGYDEV
Entegra Ltd 532287 ENTEGRA
Gita Renewable Energy Ltd 539013
Greenview Power Projects Ltd 532061
Gujarat Industries Power Co Ltd 517300 GIPCL
IND Renewable Energy Ltd 536709
India Grid Trust 540565 INDIGRID
India Power Corporation Ltd 532130 DPSCLTD
Indowind Energy Ltd 532894 INDOWIND
Inox Wind Energy Ltd 543297 IWEL
Jaiprakash Power Ventures Ltd 532627 JPPOWER
JSW Energy Ltd 533148 JSWENERGY
K P I Global Infrastructure Ltd 542323 KPIGLOBAL
K.P. Energy Ltd 539686
Karma Energy Ltd 533451 KARMAENG
Kintech Renewables Ltd 512329
KKV Agro Powers Ltd 538368 KKVAPOW
KSK Energy Ventures Ltd 532997 KSK
Lanco Infratech Ltd 532778 LITL
National Wind Power Corporation Ltd 531077 NEPCPAPER
NHPC Ltd 533098 NHPC
NLC India Ltd 513683 NLCINDIA
NTPC Ltd 532555 NTPC
Orient Green Power Company Ltd 533263 GREENPOWER
Potis Power Projects Ltd 530143
Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd 532898 POWERGRID
Powergrid Infrastructure Investment Trust 543290 PGINVIT
RattanIndia Enterprises Ltd 534597 RTNINDIA
Rattanindia Power Ltd 533122 RTNPOWER
Reliance Energy Ventures Ltd(merged) 532704 RENVL
Reliance Power Ltd 532939 RPOWER
Renewable Energy Systems Ltd 40173
Shivamshree Businesses Ltd 538520
SJVN Ltd 533206 SJVN
Solex Energy Ltd 532566 SOLEX
Southern Power Distribution Company of AP Ltd 511519
SRM Energy Ltd 523222
Sun Source (India) Ltd 517403
Sunedison Infrastructure Ltd 531260
Surya Chakra Power Corporation Ltd 532874
T C P Ltd 530282 TCPLTD
Tata Hydro-Electric Power Supply Co. Ltd (Merged) 500409 TATAHYDRO
Torrent Power AEC Ltd(merged) 500004 TORRENTAEC
Torrent Power Ltd 532779 TORNTPOWER
Torrent Power SEC Ltd(merged) 501736 TORRENTSEC
Virescent Renewable Energy Trust 535401 VIRESCENT
Waa Solar Ltd 541445
Waaree Renewables Technologies Ltd 534618

Share Holding

Category No. of shares Percentage
Total Foreign 385733750 12.07
Total Institutions 497782449 15.58
Total Govt Holding 10153913 0.32
Total Non Promoter Corporate Holding 29816950 0.93
Total Promoters 1497257565 46.86
Total Public & others 774594920 24.24
Total 3195339547 100
  • Total Foreign
  • Total Institutions
  • Total Govt Holding
  • Total Non Promoter Corporate Holding
  • Total Promoters
  • Total Public & others

About Tata Power Company Ltd

Tata Power Company Ltd is India's largest integrated private power company, with a significant international presence. The company has an installed generation capacity of 10,857 MW (as of August 2018) in India and a presence in all the segments of power sector, viz. Fuel & Logistics, Generation (thermal, hydro, solar and wind), Transmission, Distribution and Trading. It has successful public-private partnerships in Generation, Transmission and Distribution in India namely 'Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited' with Delhi Government for distribution in North Delhi, Powerlinks Transmission Ltd.' with Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. for evacuation of Power from Tala hydro plant in Bhutan to Delhi and Maithon Power Ltd.' with Damodar Valley Corporation for a 1050 MW Mega Power Project at Jharkhand. Tata Power is one of the largest renewable energy players in India and has developed the country's first 4000 MW Ultra Mega Power Project at Mundra (Gujarat) based on super-critical technology. Tata Power has signed a Distribution Franchisee Agreement (DFA) with Ajmer Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited (AVVNL) and formed a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) 'TP Ajmer Distribution Limited' (TPADL), to cater to the power requirements of customers in Ajmer for a period of 20 years. Tata Power's international presence includes strategic investments in Indonesia through 30% stake in the leading coal company PT Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC) in Singapore through Trust Energy Resources to securitise coal supply and the shipping of coal for its thermal power generation operations; in South Africa through a joint venture called Cennergi' to develop projects in South Africa, Botswana and Namibia; in Australia through investments in clean coal technologies and in Bhutan through a hydro project in partnership with The Royal Government of Bhutan. Tata Power commissioned its first hydro electric power generating station commissioned at Khopoli in the year 1915 with an installed capacity of 40 MW, which was subsequently upgraded to 72 MW. In the year 1922, they commissioned another hydro power station at Bhivpuri with an installed capacity of 40 MW, subsequently upgraded to 72 MW. In the year 1927, they set up Third Hydro power station of 90 MW capacity at Bhira, which was subsequently upgraded to 150 MW. In the year 1956, the company set commissioned a major thermal power station of 62.5 MW capacity at Trombay, to meet the increasing demand of electricity. Also, they set commissioned two more thermal units of similar capacity i.e. 62.5 MW in the years 1957 and 1960 respectively. In the year 1965, they set up Fourth thermal unit of 150 MW capacity at Trombay. In the year 1984, the company commissioned India's first 500 MW generating unit with multi-fuel burning capability at Trombay. In the year 1990, they set up Second 500 MW thermal unit at Trombay. In the year 1994, the company commissioned a gas-based 180 MW capacity combined cycle plant to provide quick-start capacity to Trombay Thermal Station and to ensure reliable and uninterrupted supply for essential services in Mumbai. In the year 1996, the company commissioned the 150 MW Pumped Storage Unit at Bhira. Also, they set up 67.5 MW Thermal Power Plant at Jojobera (Jharkhand). In the year 2000, The Tata Hydro-Electric Co. Ltd., The Andhra Valley Power Supply Co. Ltd., and the Tata Power Co. Ltd., are amalgamated to become one entity- The Tata Power Company Limited. Also, they commissioned a unit of 120 MW at Jojobera. In the year 2001, the company set up 81.3 MW diesel generator based plant at Belgaum, Karnataka. In the year 2003, the company entered into a joint venture with PowerGrid Corporation of India Ltd., to develop a 1200 Km long transmission line to bring electricity from Bhutan to Delhi. In the year 2004, the company incorporated a wholly owned subsidiary company, known as Tata Power Trading Co. Ltd. for the power trading business. In the year 2005, the company commissioned the unit 4 of 120 MW capacity at Jojobera. In the year 2006-07, the company completed the acquisition of 30% equity in Indonesian Coal Mines, PT Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC), and PT Arutmin Indonesia, as well as trading companies from PT Bumi Resources. In the year 2008, the unit 1 of 2 x 45 MW Phase of Haldia Project is synchronised with the grid. Also, the company commissioned the expansion project of 250 MW (Unit # 8) at Trombay. During the year 2009-10, the company successfully completed the overhaul of Unit 5 during which the Unit underwent major renovation and modernization. The company commissioned Unit 3 of 30 MW, resulting in increase in the installed capacity of the plant to 120 MW. These Units use hot coke oven gas from Hooghly Metcoke and Power Company Limited to produce steam for power generation. Also, the company commissioned an additional 42 MW of wind power capacity, taking the total capacity to 201 MW. During the year 2010-11, the company commissioned an additional 6 MW of wind power capacity in Maharashtra, taking the total installed wind power capacity in Mumbai Operations to 106 MW. Also, the company acquired a 21 MW wind farm, taking the total installed capacity outside Mumbai operations to 122 MW. In 2012, Tata Power commissioned a 25 MW solar plant at Mithapur in Gujarat. During the year under review, Tata Power commissioned 1050 MW Maithon power project. During the year under review, Tata Power acquired 26% stake in large mines at PT Baramulti Suksessarana Tbk (BSSR), Indonesia. In 2013, Tata Power implemented the first 4000 MW Ultra Mega Power Project of India at Mundra, Gujarat based on super critical technology. In 2014, Tata Power exited from Indonesian coal mine PT Arutmin Indonesia. During the year under review, Tata Power acquired a 39.2 MW wind farm near Dwarka, Jamnagar in Gujarat. During the year under review, Tata Power commissioned 28.8 MW solar power project at Palaswadi in Maharashtra. During the year under review, the company completed the commissioning of 32 MW Wind farm project in Maharashtra. In 2015, Tata Power's Joint-Venture Maithon Power Limited (MPL) commenced flow of energy to Kerala on a Long Term Agreement basis. In 2016, Tata Power's Joint-Venture commissioned 120 MW Itezhi Tezhi hydro power project in Zambia. During the year under review, Tata Power partnered with Toshiba and Cargill to design and develop India's first green, safe and compact natural ester-based pad mount substation. On 12 June 2016, Tata Power Company (Tata Power) announced that its 100 percent subsidiary Tata Power Renewable Energy (TPREL) has signed share purchase agreement (SPA) with Welspun Energy (WEPL) to acquire its subsidiary Welspun Renewables Energy (WREPL). This represents the largest transaction in renewables space in India. WREPL has one of the largest operating solar portfolios in India spread across ten states. It has about 1,140 MW of renewable power projects comprising of about 990 MW solar power projects and about 150 MW of wind power projects. Out of 1,140 MW renewable portfolio, nearly 1,000 MW of capacity is operational and balance capacity is under advanced stages of implementation. On 19 August 2016, Cennergi, Tata Power's 50:50 joint venture with Exxaro Resources in South Africa, announced the commencement of commercial operations for its 95 MW Tsitsikamma Community Wind Farm (TCWF) project. Cennergi was selected as the preferred bidder for two wind projects under the second window of the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP) by the South African government. With the commissioning of the Tsitsikamma project, Cennergi's operational portfolio has increased to 229MW. In 2017, Tata Power's 100 percent subsidiary Tata Power Renewable Energy commissioned 100 MW wind farm in Andhra Pradesh. During the year under review, Tata Power executed Distribution Franchisee Agreement (DFA) for electricity distribution in Ajmer City. On 2 January 2018, Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd. (TPREL), Tata Power's wholly-owned subsidiary, announced the commissioning of its 50 MW DCR solar plant at Pavagada Solar Park in Karnataka. The project was won by the company on 4 April 2016 under the National Solar Mission Phase-II Batch-II Tranche-I State Specific Bundling Scheme. On 8 January 2018, Tata Power announced that it has set up additional electric vehicle charging stations at strategic locations thereby making Mumbai truly ready to usher in the Electric Vehicle wave. The latest Electric Vehicle charging stations by Tata Power have been set up at Palladium Mall Lower Parel, and Phoenix Marketcity, Kurla; and two more coming up at BKC and western express highway at Borivali. On 26 March 2018, Tata Power announced that the company's Board has approved the sale of its shares in Tata Communications and Panatone Finvest to Tata Sons and its affiliates. Panatone Finvest holds 30.1% of Tata Communications. The move is a part of the company's plan to monetize its non-core assets and improve the balance sheet to set the stage for next phase of growth. The estimated realisation will be about Rs 2150 crore and is subject to shareholders' approval. On 29 March 2018, Tata Power announced that its Board has approved the sale of its Defense business to Tata Advance Systems Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Sons at an enterprise value of Rs 2230 crore (out of which Rs 1040 crore payable at the time of closing and Rs 1190 crore payable on achieving certain milestones), subject to Government & other approvals. This is as part of the company's plan to monetize its non-core assets and improve the balance sheet. On 11 July 2018, Tata Power announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited (TPREL) has received a Letter of Award from Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited (KREDL) to develop 250 MW (50 MW x 5 Nos) of solar projects located in state's Tumkur district at Karnataka. On 27 September 2018, Tata Power and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL), a Navratna Oil & Gas Public Sector Undertaking, announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for setting up commercial-scale charging stations for Electric Vehicles at the HPCL retail outlets and other locations across India. Tata Power and HPCL, through this new landmark MoU, have agreed to collaborate in planning, development and operation of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles (e-cars, e-rickshaws, e-bikes, e-buses, etc.), at suitable locations across India. Both entities also intend to additionally explore areas of opportunities & collaboration in related fields like Renewable Energy.

Tata Power Company Ltd Chairman Speech

Raising the bar in sustainable energy

Dear Readers,

It gives me immense pleasure to introduce to you our maiden Integrated Report 2019-20.

"Clean, cheap and abundant power is one of the basic ingredients for the economic progress of a city, state or country." Almost a century before "sustainability" gained recognition as a subject, our Founder, Mr. Jamsetji Tata, gave this visionary message to the world. Tata Power is proudly committed to take that message as its guiding philosophy and support our country's energy independence and sustainability. As a pioneer in technology adoption, our journey over a century has been a fascinating saga of revolutionary initiatives and responsible business practices.

In our quest to deliver sustainable energy, we have been expanding our operational footprint nationwide and globally, setting new benchmarks for operational efficiencies, investing in global resources and redefining paradigms. Our focus on building long- lasting and trusted relationships with our customers, partners, employees and other stakeholders, and the legacy of caring for our communities, remains the bedrock of our long-term sustenance. We aim to energise consumer lifestyles by providing sustainable power.

As we strive to lead the reform process for sustainable power, we are also committed to safeguarding the environment for future generations and developing our business in a way that adds value to the local communities. We plan to set higher benchmarks in terms of development standards, and in the implementation of cutting-edge, eco-friendly technologies and processes of energy management.

Our commitment to sustainable supply of electric power has enabled us to be among the leaders in each sector of our value chain, including solar rooftop and value-added services. We have continued our migration towards renewable energy projects and, today, 30% of our total generation (domestic and international) comes from clean and green sources. We are poised to grow multifold on the back of latest business integrated solutions, focusing on mobility and lifestyle and powering emerging technologies for smart customers.

This year, we have taken significant strides towards achieving our key goals and targets. We have been awarded the Letter of Intent by Odisha Electricity Regulatory Commission and selected as the successful bidder to own the licence for the distribution and retail supply of electricity in Odisha's five circles that constitute the Central Electricity Supply Utility of Odisha.

National Thermal Power Corporation Limited (NTPC) has awarded us a 250 MW solar project under the Central Public Sector Undertaking (CPSU) scheme of Rs 1,505 crore. It is our biggest single order from a third party so far and consolidates our commitment to the "Make in India" mission. It has also taken Tata Power Solar's order book to around 1,500 MW with value of approximately Rs 7,500 crore. This underscores our competitive and quality offering as a leading Solar EPC player in the country, achieving leadership position among utility scale, rooftop solar and solar pump business.

Renascent Power Ventures Private Limited (Renascent), a 100% subsidiary of Resurgent Power Ventures Pte. Limited (Resurgent), completed the acquisition of 75.01% Equity ownership in Prayagraj Power Generation Company Limited (PPGCL). This has augmented our generation capacity by 1,980 MW. However, this is likely to be amongst the last investments in coal-based power plants as we turn our sights completely towards cleaner energy.

It is noteworthy that reviving the existing thermal power plants and augmenting their efficiency marginally reduces the carbon footprint of existing capacities.

With our extensive expertise and deep knowledge of the sector, Tata Power aims to transform the Indian power sector, particularly in our Distribution service. A variety of our service offerings has culminated into 26.2 lakh satisfied customers.

We have set up a new subsidiary-TP Renewable Microgrid Limited (TPRML), in partnership with the Rockefeller Foundation, to become the world's largest microgrid developer and operator. The aim is to provide access to affordable, clean and reliable power supply and also enable rural entrepreneurs to generate economic wealth and help eradicate energy poverty. TPRML has test charged 18 microgrids so far, while 25 more microgrids are in an advanced stage of project execution. Further, a pipeline of 30 projects has been created in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.

Our cash flow from operations, on a consolidated basis, has increased by 61% this financial year from FY19 due to prudent working capital management. There has been an increase in operating profit by 13% due to optimisation of operating costs across Tata Power and its subsidiaries. This has resulted in higher realisation of cash in hand as on 31st March 2020.

We are proud to be associated with Jaguar Land Rover India Limited (JLR India) for end-to-end charging solutions for its range of electrified vehicles to be launched in India. As India's leading integrated player in the EV charging space, we will provide JLR India's EV customers with easy, universal and seamless charging experience at their homes, offices and public places. This partnership is also an endorsement of their faith in us and our ability to deal with the electrified range of vehicles that JLR will bring in India.

Club Enerji, our nationwide resource and energy conservation initiative with a strategic focus on nation-building, sensitised over 26.4 million people while saving more than 31.8 million units of energy across seven cities - New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Kolkata and Ajmer since 2007.

The initiative also reached out to its digital audiences through its website, social media handles and an online module themed "Save water". During the current financial year, the Company initiated four fresh campaigns, including 'I have the Power', 'I Live Simply', '#SwitchOff2SwitchOn' and 'I Can' to further the success of Club Enerji among the youth of India. These campaigns were also promoted on popular social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram etc., and managed to reach a large number of young audiences. The Club now has created 3.6 lakh Energy Champions along with 4.1 lakh Energy Ambassadors across the country since its inception, reaching 533 schools in the process.

We believe that inculcating the value of sustainability and a broad understanding of our dependencies on scarce resources must start early in our children's lives. Tata Power has been conferred the prestigious "Edison Award" for its "Club Enerji #Switchoff2SwitchOn" campaign under Social Innovation category and Social Energy Solutions subcategory. Apart from India, Tata Power Club Enerji also has followers overseas in countries such as France, Germany, the United States, Ireland, Philippines, Bangladesh, United Arab Emirates, South Africa and Nepal. The Club is a case study in IIM-Ahmedabad and was showcased on the prestigious TEDx platform.

Our efforts have been recognised by the industry, with the Business Insider ranking us at the top of India's 'Most Respected Companies'. As part of our plans to maintain leadership in renewable energy, our rooftop solar solutions are now available in 26 states and 7 Union territories, with our solar arm-Tata Power Solar Systems Limited—having an installed capacity of 421 MW under EPC contracts for customers as well as operating assets under PPA. Rooftop solar is an ideal solution for consumers who are looking for a sustainable source of clean energy that has the in-built capacity to pay for itself in the long run.

Furthermore, with the cost of diesel and electricity rising, solar powered water pumps can emerge as the perfect alternative for farmers as these have a low maintenance cost and a long product life. When combined with new distribution solutions like microgrid, solar rooftop and solar water pumps will play a big role in improving the energy access across the country, in both urban and rural areas. All these initiatives are poised to take our share of 'clean and green' energy from 30% in 2020 to around 50%-60% in 2025.

One of the biggest trials facing humanity today is that of fighting climate change. Mitigating the impacts of global warming requires reconciliation of economic growth with the decrease in GHG emissions. This will only be possible through the transition to a decarbonised energy model. To contribute our share in overcoming this challenge, we are continuously exploring green technology and its applicability for our customers. We are confident of being #FutureReady and continue lighting up lives of our consumers!

Yours sincerely,

Praveer Sinha

CEO & MD, Tata Power

   

Tata Power Company Ltd Company History

Tata Power Company Ltd is India's largest integrated private power company, with a significant international presence. The company has an installed generation capacity of 10,857 MW (as of August 2018) in India and a presence in all the segments of power sector, viz. Fuel & Logistics, Generation (thermal, hydro, solar and wind), Transmission, Distribution and Trading. It has successful public-private partnerships in Generation, Transmission and Distribution in India namely 'Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited' with Delhi Government for distribution in North Delhi, Powerlinks Transmission Ltd.' with Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. for evacuation of Power from Tala hydro plant in Bhutan to Delhi and Maithon Power Ltd.' with Damodar Valley Corporation for a 1050 MW Mega Power Project at Jharkhand. Tata Power is one of the largest renewable energy players in India and has developed the country's first 4000 MW Ultra Mega Power Project at Mundra (Gujarat) based on super-critical technology. Tata Power has signed a Distribution Franchisee Agreement (DFA) with Ajmer Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited (AVVNL) and formed a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) 'TP Ajmer Distribution Limited' (TPADL), to cater to the power requirements of customers in Ajmer for a period of 20 years. Tata Power's international presence includes strategic investments in Indonesia through 30% stake in the leading coal company PT Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC) in Singapore through Trust Energy Resources to securitise coal supply and the shipping of coal for its thermal power generation operations; in South Africa through a joint venture called Cennergi' to develop projects in South Africa, Botswana and Namibia; in Australia through investments in clean coal technologies and in Bhutan through a hydro project in partnership with The Royal Government of Bhutan. Tata Power commissioned its first hydro electric power generating station commissioned at Khopoli in the year 1915 with an installed capacity of 40 MW, which was subsequently upgraded to 72 MW. In the year 1922, they commissioned another hydro power station at Bhivpuri with an installed capacity of 40 MW, subsequently upgraded to 72 MW. In the year 1927, they set up Third Hydro power station of 90 MW capacity at Bhira, which was subsequently upgraded to 150 MW. In the year 1956, the company set commissioned a major thermal power station of 62.5 MW capacity at Trombay, to meet the increasing demand of electricity. Also, they set commissioned two more thermal units of similar capacity i.e. 62.5 MW in the years 1957 and 1960 respectively. In the year 1965, they set up Fourth thermal unit of 150 MW capacity at Trombay. In the year 1984, the company commissioned India's first 500 MW generating unit with multi-fuel burning capability at Trombay. In the year 1990, they set up Second 500 MW thermal unit at Trombay. In the year 1994, the company commissioned a gas-based 180 MW capacity combined cycle plant to provide quick-start capacity to Trombay Thermal Station and to ensure reliable and uninterrupted supply for essential services in Mumbai. In the year 1996, the company commissioned the 150 MW Pumped Storage Unit at Bhira. Also, they set up 67.5 MW Thermal Power Plant at Jojobera (Jharkhand). In the year 2000, The Tata Hydro-Electric Co. Ltd., The Andhra Valley Power Supply Co. Ltd., and the Tata Power Co. Ltd., are amalgamated to become one entity- The Tata Power Company Limited. Also, they commissioned a unit of 120 MW at Jojobera. In the year 2001, the company set up 81.3 MW diesel generator based plant at Belgaum, Karnataka. In the year 2003, the company entered into a joint venture with PowerGrid Corporation of India Ltd., to develop a 1200 Km long transmission line to bring electricity from Bhutan to Delhi. In the year 2004, the company incorporated a wholly owned subsidiary company, known as Tata Power Trading Co. Ltd. for the power trading business. In the year 2005, the company commissioned the unit 4 of 120 MW capacity at Jojobera. In the year 2006-07, the company completed the acquisition of 30% equity in Indonesian Coal Mines, PT Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC), and PT Arutmin Indonesia, as well as trading companies from PT Bumi Resources. In the year 2008, the unit 1 of 2 x 45 MW Phase of Haldia Project is synchronised with the grid. Also, the company commissioned the expansion project of 250 MW (Unit # 8) at Trombay. During the year 2009-10, the company successfully completed the overhaul of Unit 5 during which the Unit underwent major renovation and modernization. The company commissioned Unit 3 of 30 MW, resulting in increase in the installed capacity of the plant to 120 MW. These Units use hot coke oven gas from Hooghly Metcoke and Power Company Limited to produce steam for power generation. Also, the company commissioned an additional 42 MW of wind power capacity, taking the total capacity to 201 MW. During the year 2010-11, the company commissioned an additional 6 MW of wind power capacity in Maharashtra, taking the total installed wind power capacity in Mumbai Operations to 106 MW. Also, the company acquired a 21 MW wind farm, taking the total installed capacity outside Mumbai operations to 122 MW. In 2012, Tata Power commissioned a 25 MW solar plant at Mithapur in Gujarat. During the year under review, Tata Power commissioned 1050 MW Maithon power project. During the year under review, Tata Power acquired 26% stake in large mines at PT Baramulti Suksessarana Tbk (BSSR), Indonesia. In 2013, Tata Power implemented the first 4000 MW Ultra Mega Power Project of India at Mundra, Gujarat based on super critical technology. In 2014, Tata Power exited from Indonesian coal mine PT Arutmin Indonesia. During the year under review, Tata Power acquired a 39.2 MW wind farm near Dwarka, Jamnagar in Gujarat. During the year under review, Tata Power commissioned 28.8 MW solar power project at Palaswadi in Maharashtra. During the year under review, the company completed the commissioning of 32 MW Wind farm project in Maharashtra. In 2015, Tata Power's Joint-Venture Maithon Power Limited (MPL) commenced flow of energy to Kerala on a Long Term Agreement basis. In 2016, Tata Power's Joint-Venture commissioned 120 MW Itezhi Tezhi hydro power project in Zambia. During the year under review, Tata Power partnered with Toshiba and Cargill to design and develop India's first green, safe and compact natural ester-based pad mount substation. On 12 June 2016, Tata Power Company (Tata Power) announced that its 100 percent subsidiary Tata Power Renewable Energy (TPREL) has signed share purchase agreement (SPA) with Welspun Energy (WEPL) to acquire its subsidiary Welspun Renewables Energy (WREPL). This represents the largest transaction in renewables space in India. WREPL has one of the largest operating solar portfolios in India spread across ten states. It has about 1,140 MW of renewable power projects comprising of about 990 MW solar power projects and about 150 MW of wind power projects. Out of 1,140 MW renewable portfolio, nearly 1,000 MW of capacity is operational and balance capacity is under advanced stages of implementation. On 19 August 2016, Cennergi, Tata Power's 50:50 joint venture with Exxaro Resources in South Africa, announced the commencement of commercial operations for its 95 MW Tsitsikamma Community Wind Farm (TCWF) project. Cennergi was selected as the preferred bidder for two wind projects under the second window of the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP) by the South African government. With the commissioning of the Tsitsikamma project, Cennergi's operational portfolio has increased to 229MW. In 2017, Tata Power's 100 percent subsidiary Tata Power Renewable Energy commissioned 100 MW wind farm in Andhra Pradesh. During the year under review, Tata Power executed Distribution Franchisee Agreement (DFA) for electricity distribution in Ajmer City. On 2 January 2018, Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd. (TPREL), Tata Power's wholly-owned subsidiary, announced the commissioning of its 50 MW DCR solar plant at Pavagada Solar Park in Karnataka. The project was won by the company on 4 April 2016 under the National Solar Mission Phase-II Batch-II Tranche-I State Specific Bundling Scheme. On 8 January 2018, Tata Power announced that it has set up additional electric vehicle charging stations at strategic locations thereby making Mumbai truly ready to usher in the Electric Vehicle wave. The latest Electric Vehicle charging stations by Tata Power have been set up at Palladium Mall Lower Parel, and Phoenix Marketcity, Kurla; and two more coming up at BKC and western express highway at Borivali. On 26 March 2018, Tata Power announced that the company's Board has approved the sale of its shares in Tata Communications and Panatone Finvest to Tata Sons and its affiliates. Panatone Finvest holds 30.1% of Tata Communications. The move is a part of the company's plan to monetize its non-core assets and improve the balance sheet to set the stage for next phase of growth. The estimated realisation will be about Rs 2150 crore and is subject to shareholders' approval. On 29 March 2018, Tata Power announced that its Board has approved the sale of its Defense business to Tata Advance Systems Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Sons at an enterprise value of Rs 2230 crore (out of which Rs 1040 crore payable at the time of closing and Rs 1190 crore payable on achieving certain milestones), subject to Government & other approvals. This is as part of the company's plan to monetize its non-core assets and improve the balance sheet. On 11 July 2018, Tata Power announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited (TPREL) has received a Letter of Award from Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited (KREDL) to develop 250 MW (50 MW x 5 Nos) of solar projects located in state's Tumkur district at Karnataka. On 27 September 2018, Tata Power and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL), a Navratna Oil & Gas Public Sector Undertaking, announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for setting up commercial-scale charging stations for Electric Vehicles at the HPCL retail outlets and other locations across India. Tata Power and HPCL, through this new landmark MoU, have agreed to collaborate in planning, development and operation of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles (e-cars, e-rickshaws, e-bikes, e-buses, etc.), at suitable locations across India. Both entities also intend to additionally explore areas of opportunities & collaboration in related fields like Renewable Energy.

Tata Power Company Ltd Directors Reports

To the Members,

The Directors are pleased to present to you the second Integrated Report (prepared as per the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) framework and in accordance with Global Reporting Initiatives (GRI) standards: Core options) and One Hundred and Second Annual Report on the business and operations of your Company along with the audited Financial Statements of Account for the financial year ended 31st March 2021.

1. Financial Results

Figures in Rs crore

Sl. No. Particulars Standalone Consolidated
FY21 FY20 FY21 FY20
(a) Net Sales / Income from Other Operations* 6,480 7,075 33,079 28,948
(b) Less: Operating Expenditure 4,387 4,794 25,474 21,078
(c) Operating Profit 2,093 2,281 7,605 7,870
(d) Add/(Less): Forex Loss 24 (11) (66) (116)
(e) Add: Other Income 1,249 583 439 563
(f) Less: Finance Cost 1,519 1,510 4,010 4,494
(g) Profit before Depreciation and Tax 1,847 1,343 3,968 3,823
(h) Less: Depreciation & Amortisation 669 686 2,745 2,634
(i) Profit Before Share of Profit of Associates and Joint Ventures 1,178 657 1,223 1,189
(j) Add: Share of Profit of Associates and Joint Ventures NIL NIL 873 953
(k) Profit Before Exceptional Item 1,178 657 2096 2,142
(l) Add/(Less): Exceptional Item (109) (306) (109) 226
(m) Profit/ (Loss) before Tax 1,069 351 1,987 2,368
(n) Add/(Less): Tax Expenses /(Credit) (101) (208) (502) (641)
(o) Net Profit after Tax from Continuing Operations 968 559 1,485 1,727
(p) Profit/ (Loss) before Tax from Discontinued Operations (220) (443) (220) (443)
(q) Add/(Less): Tax Expenses /(Credit) from Discontinued Operations 174 32 174 32
(r) Net Profit/(Loss) after Tax from Discontinued Operations (46) (411) (46) (411)
(s) Net Profit for the year 922 148 1,439 1,316
(t) Net Profit for the year attributable to -
- Owners of the Company 922 148 1,127 1,017
- Non-controlling interests NIL NIL 311 299
(u) Other Comprehensive income (Net of Tax) 185 (53) (380) 836
(v) Total Comprehensive Income for the year 1,107 95 1,059 2,153
(w) Total Comprehensive Income attributable to -
- Owners of the Company 1,107 95 747 1,856
- Non-controlling interests NIL NIL 312 297
*Including rate regulatory income/(expense)

2. Financial Performance and the State of the Company's Affairs

2.1. Consolidated

The Operating Revenue was at Rs 33,079 crore in FY21 compared to Rs 28,948 crore in FY20 on a consolidated basis. This is mainly due to acquisition of three Odisha Distribution Companies (Discoms) and execution of major solar Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) projects during the year. Operating Profit was at Rs 7,605 crore which is marginally lower by 3% compared to previous year mainly due to favourable tari_ order in Maithon Power Limited (MPL) in previous year, lower PLF from wind farms offset by lower losses in Coastal Gujarat Power Limited

(CGPL) on account of lower coal prices and higher profit from Prayagraj acquisition. Finance costs decreased from Rs 4,494 crore to Rs 4,010 crore mainly due to repayment of loans from sale of non-core assets, issue of preferential capital and lower rate of interest. The profits from Joint Ventures (JV) and Associates were lower mainly due to lower profits from Indonesian coal mines due to lower coal prices.

The Consolidated Profit after tax in FY21 was at Rs 1,439 crore compared to Rs 1,316 crore in FY20 mainly due to lower losses in CGPL on account of lower coal prices, higher profit from Prayagraj acquisition and lower finance cost.

2.2. Standalone

The Operating Revenue stood at Rs 6,480 crore in FY21 compared to Rs 7,075 crore in FY20 on a standalone basis. The decrease was mainly due to lower generation and sales on account of lower demand from procurers and customers due to COVID-19 pandemic. The profit in FY21 was Rs 922 crore as compared to Rs 148 crore in FY20. The increase in the profit was mainly due to higher dividend from foreign subsidiary and lower impairment loss in Strategic Engineering Division (SED) compared to the previous year.

Refer to Management Discussion and Analysis (MD&A) (Pages 161-183) for more details.

No material changes and commitments have occurred after the close of the year under review till the date of this Report which affect the financial position of the Company.

2.3. Annual Performance

Details of your Company's annual financial performance as published on the Company's website and presented during the Analyst Meet, after declaration of annual results, can be accessed using the following link: https://www.tatapower.com/pdf/investor-relations/ analyst-presentation-may-21.pdf.

2.4. Integrated Report

Continuing with your commitment towards a sustainable future and focus towards governance-based reporting, your Company has progressed to second Integrated Report highlighting the Company's efforts to empower all categories of customers and stakeholders with future-ready, smart, energy solutions.

3. Improvement in Leverage Ratios and Cash from Operations

Your Company's Net Debt/Underlying EBIDTA ratio has shown improvement from 4.7 to 4.1 from FY20 to FY21 on a consolidated level reinforcing the Company's commitment to deleverage its balance sheet. Consequently, Net Debt/ Equity on a consolidated level has improved from 2.0 to 1.4 from FY20 to FY21. Your Company's efficient working capital management has resulted in an increase of 15% in cash from operations over FY20 (FY21-Rs 8,458 crore vis--vis FY20-Rs 7,375 crore). A brief discussion on the highlights of financial performance of your Company and financial & return ratios is presented in the financial capital section of Integrated Report (Pages 104-109).

4. Management Discussion and Analysis

The Management Discussion and Analysis, as required in terms of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 (Listing Regulations), is annexed to this Report.

5. Dividend

The Directors of your Company recommend a dividend of Rs 1.55 per share of Rs 1 each subject to the approval of the Members.

Pursuant to the Finance Act, 2020, dividend income is taxable in the hands of the shareholders w.e.f. 1st April 2020 and the Company is required to deduct tax at source (TDS) from dividend paid to the Members at prescribed rates as per the Income-tax Act, 1961.

The Register of Members and Share Transfer Books of the Company will remain closed from Saturday, 19th June 2021 to Monday, 5th July 2021 (both days inclusive) for the purpose of payment of dividend for the financial year ended 31st March 2021.

According to Regulation 43A of the Listing Regulations, the top 1000 listed entities based on market capitalization, calculated as on 31st March of every financial year are required to formulate a dividend distribution policy which shall be disclosed on the website of the listed entity and a web-link shall also be provided in their annual reports. Accordingly, the Dividend Policy of the Company can be accessed using the following link: https://www.tatapower. com/pdf/aboutus/dividend-policy.pdf.

6. Current Business

Your Company is present across the entire value chain of power business viz Generation, Transmission, Distribution, Power Trading, Power Services, Coal Mines and Logistics, Solar PV manufacturing and associated EPC services, Consumer-facing businesses such as solar rooftop, solar pumps, EV charging, home automation and microgrid. Leading position in many of these segments places your Company as one of India's largest integrated power companies.

As on 31st March 2021, your Company had an installed capacity of 12,808 MW out of which 3,948 MW is from "Clean and Green sources" (Hydro, waste heat recovery, wind and solar) which constitutes about 31% of the total portfolio.

Moving away from conventional coal based power plants with a commitment to reduce carbon footprint and dependency on fossil fuel based resources like coal and gas, your Company has decided to focus on renewable generation, consumer-facing businesses like solar rooftop, solar pumps, EV charging, home automation as well as tapping into opportunities to widen its distribution network and broaden its customer base. Your Company has acquired four (4) Discoms in Odisha through competitive bidding which will cater to around 9 million consumers and pursuing similar growth opportunity in distribution. Your Company has installed around 161 microgrid projects as on 31st March 2021 with another 40 projects in the pipeline in line with its commitment to provide the rural population with affordable, clean and reliable power.

Furthermore, your Company has launched smart energy solutions with the idea of "power of smart" through Internet of Things (IOT) based Home Automation solutions, smart energy management tools and various other home automation products encouraging customers to implement efficient and cost-effective home automation solutions to manage electricity usage.

Focussing on achieving growth in an environmentally responsible and sustainable manner, your Company has added 50 MW Solar PV assets in operating portfolio for supply of power to captive consumers and around 6 MW of rooftop projects in the balance sheet of Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited (TPREL). Your subsidiary, Tata Power Solar Systems Limited (TPSSL) has built a portfolio of 406 MW of solar rooftop projects and have an order book of over 2,800 MW with value of around Rs 8,700 crore as on 31st March 2021. In the solar products domain, your Company is a leading player, with a portfolio of over 33,000 solar agricultural pumps in 16 states. Your Company's business portfolio has been discussed in a greater detail in the Manufactured Capital of Integrated Report (Pages 50-65).

6.1 Preferential Allotment of Equity Shares to Tata Sons Private Limited

Subsequent to approval accorded by the shareholders at the 101st Annual General Meeting of the Company on 30th July 2020, the Company issued and allotted 49,05,66,037 Equity Shares of the Company to its Promoter, Tata Sons Private Limited, at a price of Rs 53 (including a premium of Rs 52) per Equity Share, aggregating up to Rs 2,600 crore, for cash consideration, on a preferential basis. The proceeds of the said Preferential Issue were utilized for repayment of debts of the Company and its subsidiaries.

6.2 Scheme of Amalgamation

With a view to simplify the Corporate structure, your Company has filed the following schemes of merger with the Hon'ble National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), Mumbai Bench, under the applicable provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 (the Act): a. Scheme of Amalgamation of Af-Taab Investment Company Limited with the Company. b. Composite Scheme of Arrangement of Coastal Gujarat Power Limited and Tata Power Solar Systems Limited with the Company along with capital re-organisation after the merger.

The aforesaid Schemes are in the interest of the shareholders, creditors and all other stakeholders of the parties and is not prejudicial to the interests of the concerned shareholders, creditors of the parties or the public at large.

Both the schemes are pending approvals from Regulatory authorities including NCLT.

7. Reserves

As per Standalone financials, the net movement in the reserves of the Company for FY21 and FY20 is as follows:

Figures in Rs crore
Particulars As at 31st March 2021 As at 31st March 2020
Capital Redemption Reserve 2 2
Capital Reserve 62 62
Securities Premium 8,186 5,635
Debenture Redemption Reserve 297 297
General Reserve 3,854 3,854
Retained Earnings 3,370 3,027
Equity Instruments through OCI 128 (45)
Statutory Reserve 660 660

The Board of Directors has decided to retain the entire amount of profits for FY21 in P&L account.

8. Subsidiaries/Joint Ventures/Associates

As on 31st March 2021, the Company had 59 subsidiaries (44 are wholly owned subsidiaries), 33 JVs and 5 Associates. Of the subsidiaries, 3 companies have been classified as JVs under Indian Accounting Standards (Ind AS).

During the year under review, the following changes occurred in your Company's holding structure: a) The Company has acquired 51% stake in the following Odisha Discoms: i) TP Central Odisha Distribution Limited ii) TP Western Odisha Distribution Limited iii) TP Southern Odisha Distribution Limited Note: The Company has also acquired 51% stake in TP Northern Odisha Distribution Limited on 1st April 2021. b) The following companies have been incorporated as subsidiaries of the Company: i) TP Kirnali Solar Limited ii) TP Solapur Solar Limited iii) TP Saurya Limited iv) TP Akkalkot Renewable Limited v) TP Roofurja Renewable Limited

A report on the performance and financial position of each of the subsidiaries, JVs and Associates has been provided in Form AOC-I as per Section 129(2) of the Act.

Further, pursuant to the provisions of Section 136 of the Act, the financial statements of the Company, consolidated financial statements along with relevant documents and separate audited financial statements in respect of subsidiaries, are available on the website of the Company at https://www.tatapower.com/investor-relations/ annual-reports-subsidiaries.aspx. The policy for determining material subsidiaries of the Company has been provided in the following link: https://www.tatapower.com/pdf/aboutus/policy-for-determining-material-subsidiaries.pdf .

9. Directors' Responsibility Statement

Based on the framework of internal financial controls and compliance systems established and maintained by the Company,theworkperformedbytheinternal,statutoryand secretarial auditors and external consultants, including the audit of internal financial controls over financial reporting by the Statutory Auditors and the reviews performed by management and the relevant board committees, including the Audit Committee, the Board is of the opinion that the Company's Internal Financial Controls were adequate and effective during FY21. Pursuant to Section 134(5) of the Act, the Board of Directors, to the best of its knowledge and ability, confirms that: i. in the preparation of the annual accounts, the applicable accounting standards have been followed and there are no material departures; ii. they have selected such accounting policies and applied them consistently and made judgments and estimates that are reasonable and prudent so as to give a true and fair view of the state of affairs of the Company at the end of the financial year and of the profit of the Company for that period; iii. they have taken proper and sufficient care for the maintenance of adequate accounting records in accordance with the provisions of the Act for safeguarding the assets of the Company and for preventing and detecting fraud and other irregularities; iv. they have prepared the annual accounts on a going concern basis;

v. they have laid down internal financial controls to be followed by the Company and such internal financial controls are adequate and operating effectively; vi. they have devised proper systems to ensure compliance with the provisions of all applicable laws and that such systems are adequate and operating effectively.

10. Directors and Key Managerial Personnel

During the year under review, there was no change in the composition of the Board.

In accordance with the requirements of the Act and the Company's Articles of Association, Mr. N. Chandrasekaran retires by rotation and is eligible for re-appointment. Members' approval is being sought at the ensuing 102nd Annual General Meeting (AGM) for his re-appointment.

During the year under review, the Non-Executive Directors (NEDs) of the Company had no pecuniary relationship or transactions with the Company, other than sitting fees and commission, as applicable, received by them.

In terms of Section 149 of the Act, Ms. Anjali Bansal, Ms. Vibha Padalkar, Mr. Sanjay V. Bhandarkar, Mr. Kesava M. Chandrasekhar and Mr. Ashok Sinha are the Independent Directors of the Company. The Company has received declarations from all the Independent Directors confirming that they meet the criteria of independence as prescribed under the Act and the Listing Regulations.

In terms of Regulation 25(8) of the Listing Regulations, they have confirmed that they are not aware of any circumstances or situation which exists or may be reasonably anticipated that could impair or impact their ability to discharge their duties. Based upon the declarations received from the Independent Directors, the Board of Directors has confirmed that they meet the criteria of independence as mentioned under Regulation 16(1)(b) of the Listing Regulations and that they are independent of the management.

In terms of Section 150 of the Act read with Rule 6 of the Companies (Appointment and Qualification of Directors) Rules, 2014, as amended, Independent Directors of the Company have included their names in the data bank of Independent Directors maintained with the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs.

Ms. Anjali Bansal, Ms. Vibha Padalkar and Mr. Sanjay Bhandarkar were appointed as Independent Directors by the Members on 23rd August 2017, for a period of five years commencing with effect from 14th October 2016 upto 13th October 2021.

The Board, on 12th May 2021, based on the recommendations of Nomination and Remuneration Committee (NRC) and pursuant to performance evaluation of Ms. Bansal, Ms. Padalkar and Mr. Bhandarkar respectively as a Member of the Board and considering their background, experience and contribution, the continued association of these individuals would be beneficial to the Company, recommended their respective re-appointments as Independent Directors of the Company, not liable to retire by rotation, for a second term of five (5) years commencing with effect from 14th October 2021 upto 13th October 2026 for approval of the Members by way of a Special Resolution at the ensuing 102nd AGM of the Company.

Accordingly, Members' approval is being sought at the ensuing 102nd AGM for their respective re-appointments.

Eight Board Meetings were held during the year under review. For further details, please refer to the Report on Corporate Governance, which forms part of the Annual Report.

In terms of Section 203 of the Act, the following are the Key Managerial Personnel (KMP) of the Company as on 31st March 2021:

Dr. Praveer Sinha, CEO and Managing Director

Mr. Ramesh N. Subramanyam, Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Hanoz M. Mistry, Company Secretary11. Annual Evaluation of Board Performanceand Performance of its Committees and Individual Directors

The Board of Directors has carried out an annual evaluation of its own performance, board committees, and individual directors pursuant to the provisions of the Act and Listing Regulations. The performance of the Board was evaluated by the Board after seeking inputs from all the Directors based on criteria such as the board composition and structure, effectiveness of board processes, information and functioning, etc. The performance of the Committees was evaluated by the Board after seeking inputs from the Committee members based on criteria such as the composition of committees, effectiveness of Committee meetings, etc. In a separate meeting of Independent Directors, performance of Non-Independent Directors, the Board as a whole and the Chairman of the Company was evaluated, taking into account the views of the Executive Director and NEDs. The NRC reviewed the performance of individual directors on the basis of criteria such as the contribution of the individual director to the Board and Committee meetings like preparedness on the issues to be discussed, meaningful and constructive contribution and inputs in meetings, etc. The above criteria are broadly based on the Guidance Note on Board Evaluation issued by the Securities and Exchange Board of India on 5th January 2017.

In a subsequent Board meeting, the performance of the Board, its Committees, and individual Directors was also discussed. Performance evaluation of Independent Directors was done by the entire Board, excluding the Independent Director being evaluated.

12. Policy on Board Diversity and Director Attributes and Remuneration Policy for Directors, Key Managerial Personnel and Other Employees

In terms of the provisions of Section 178(3) of the Act and Regulation 19 read with Part D of Schedule II to the Listing Regulations, the NRC is responsible for determining qualification, positive attributes and independence of a Director. The NRC is also responsible for recommending to the Board, a policy relating to the remuneration of the Directors, Key Managerial Personnel and other employees. In line with this requirement, the Board has adopted the Policy on Board Diversity and Director Attributes, which is provided in Annexure - I to this Report and Remuneration Policy for Directors, Key Managerial Personnel and other employees of the Company, which is reproduced in Annexure - II to this Report.

13. Committees of the Board

The Committees of the Board focus on certain specific areas and make informed decisions in line with the delegated authority.

The following statutory Committees constituted by the Board function according to their respective roles and defined scope:

Audit Committee of Directors

Nomination and Remuneration Committee

Corporate Social Responsibility Committee

Stakeholders Relationship Committee

Risk Management Committee

Details of the composition, terms of reference and number of meetings held for respective committees are given in the Report on Corporate Governance, which forms part of the Annual Report.

The Company has adopted a Code of Conduct for its employees including the Managing Director and the Executive Directors. In addition, the Company has adopted a Code of Conduct for its Non-Executive Directors which includes Code of Conduct for Independent Directors which suitably incorporates the duties of Independent Directors as laid down in the Act. The same can be accessed using the following link: https://www.tatapower.com/pdf/ aboutus/Code-of-Conduct-NEDs.pdf.

All Senior Management personnel have afirmed compliance with the Tata Code of Conduct (TCoC).

The CEO & Managing Director has also confirmed and certified the same. The certification is enclosed as Annexure - I at the end of the Report on Corporate Governance.

14. Conservation of Energy and Technology Absorption

Your Company continues its journey of growth in a sustainable and responsible manner and has achieved significant conservation of energy through its various Demand Side Management (DSM) initiatives as well as fostering energy efficient appliances at highly discounted prices among its customers. More than 6,000 energy efficient appliances like ceiling fans, air conditioners and LED tube lights have been provided to customers in FY21. Furthermore, around 4,000 Mwh of energy savings have been achieved due to the DSM programme in Mumbai license area. These initiatives have been discussed in greater details in the information on Conservation of Energy and Technology Absorption stipulated under Section 134 (3) (m) of the Act read with Rule 8 of The Companies (Accounts) Rules, 2014, which is attached as Annexure - III to this Report.

15. Corporate Governance

Pursuant to Regulation 34 of the Listing Regulations, Report on Corporate Governance along with the certificate from a Practicing Company Secretary certifying compliance with conditions of Corporate Governance forms part of the Annual Report.

16. Vigil Mechanism

Your Company believes in the conduct of the affairs of its constituents in a fair and transparent manner by adopting the highest standards of professionalism, honesty, integrity and ethical behaviour. In line with the TCoC, any actual or potential violation, howsoever insignificant or perceived as such, would be a matter of serious concern for the Company. The role of the employees in pointing out such violations of the TCoC cannot be undermined.

Pursuant to Section 177(9) of the Act, a vigil mechanism was established for directors and employees to report to the management instances of unethical behaviour, actual or suspected, fraud or violation of the Company's code of conduct or ethics policy. The Vigil Mechanism provides a mechanism for employees of the Company to approach the Chief Ethics Counsellor/Chairman of the Audit Committee of the Company for redressal. No person has been denied access to the Chairman of the Audit Committee.

17. Risk Management

Your Board has formed a Risk Management Committee to frame, implement and monitor the risk management plan for the Company. The Committee is responsible for monitoring and reviewing the risk management plan and ensuring its effectiveness. The Audit Committee has additional oversight in the area of financial risks and controls. The major risks identified by the businesses and functions are systematically addressed through mitigating actions on a continuing basis. Furthermore, your Company has set up a robust internal audit function which reviews and ensures sustained effectiveness of internal financial controls by adopting a systematic approach to its work. The development and implementation of risk management policy has been covered in the Integrated Report (Pages 24-27).

Internal Financial Control Systems and their Adequacy

Your Company's internal control systems are commensurate with the nature of its business, the size and complexity of its operations and such internal financial controls with reference to the Financial Statements are adequate. Your Company has implemented robust processes to ensure that all internal financial controls are effectively working. For details on internal financial control systems, please refer Integrated Report (Page 26).

18. Details of Significant and Material Orders

No significant and materials orders were passed by the regulators or courts or tribunals impacting the going concern status and your Company's operations in future.

19. Statutory and Branch Auditors

Members of the Company at the AGM held on 23rd August 2017, approved the appointment of M/s. S R B C & CO. LLP (SRBC) (ICAI Firm Registration Number: 324982E/ E300003), as the statutory auditors of the Company for a period of five years commencing from the conclusion of the 98th AGM held on said date until the conclusion of 103rd AGM of the Company to be held in 2022.

The Company has in its Notice sought approval from the Members for passing a resolution vide Item No.8 authorizing the Board to appoint Branch Auditors of any Branch office of the Company, whether existing or which may be opened/acquired, outside India, to act as Branch Auditors.

20. Statutory Auditors' Report

The standalone and the consolidated financial statements of the Company have been prepared in accordance with Ind AS notified under Section 133 of the Act.

The Statutory Auditor's report does not contain any qualifications, reservations, adverse remarks or disclaimers.

The Statutory Auditors were present in the last AGM.

21. Cost Auditor and Cost Audit Report

Your Board has appointed M/s. Sanjay Gupta and Associates(FirmRegistrationNo.000212),CostAccountants, as Cost Auditors of the Company for conducting cost audit for the FY22. A resolution seeking approval of the Members for ratifying the remuneration of Rs 6,50,000 (Rupees Six lakh _fty thousand) plus applicable taxes, travel and actual out-of-pocket expenses payable to the Cost Auditors for FY22 is provided in the Notice to the ensuing 102nd AGM. Maintenance of cost records as specified by the Central Government under Section 148 (1) of the Act is not applicable to the Company.

22. Secretarial Audit Report

M/s. Makarand M. Joshi & Co., Company Secretaries (Peer Review Number: P2009MH007000), were appointed as Secretarial Auditors of your Company to conduct a Secretarial Audit of records and documents of the Company for FY21. The Secretarial Audit Report confirms that the Company has complied with the provisions of the Act, Rules, Regulations, and Guidelines and that there were no deviations or non-compliances except the observation that the Annual Performance Report (APR) for Itezhi Tezhi Power Corporation Limited (ITPC) is still in the process of filing. This was on account of the delay in approval of accounts by ITPC board. The Secretarial Audit Report is provided in Annexure - IV to this Report.

The Secretarial Audit report does not contain any qualifications, reservations, adverse remarks or disclaimers.

As per the requirements of the Listing Regulations, Practicing Company Secretaries of the material unlisted subsidiary of the Company have undertaken secretarial audit for FY21. The Audit Report of such material unlisted subsidiary confirms that they have complied with the provisionsoftheAct,Rules,Regulations,andGuidelinesand that there were no deviations or non-compliances. The Secretarial Audit Report of the unlisted material subsidiary viz. Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited has been annexed along with the report of the Company.

23. Compliance with Secretarial Standards

The Company has devised proper systems to ensure compliance with the provisions of all applicable Secretarial Standards issued by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India and that such systems are adequate and operating effectively.

24. Loans, Guarantees, Securities and Investments

Your Company, being an infrastructure company, is exempt from the provisions as applicable to loans, guarantees, security and investments under Section 186 of the Act. Therefore, no details are required to be provided.

25. Related Party Transactions

In line with the requirements of the Act and the Listing Regulations, the Company has formulated a Policy on Related Party Transactions and the same can be accessed using the following link: https://www.tatapower. com/pdf/aboutus/rpt-policy-framework-guidelines.pdf.

During the year under review there were no material transactions of the Company with any of its related parties. Therefore, the disclosure of Related Party Transactions as required under Section 134(3)(h) of the Act in Form AOC-2 is not applicable to the Company for FY21 and hence the same is not provided.

26. Sustainability

Your Company remains committed to sustainable growth, resource conservation, energy efficiency, habitat protection as a responsible corporate citizen with an aim to achieve carbon neutrality. Your Company's efforts on sustainability were recognized at various platforms and a testimony to this were the various awards bestowed upon it. Your Company won the best Environment Social and Governance (ESG) disclosure at the Investor Relations Award 2020 and ranked 13th in India's most sustainable companies with an A+ rating by BW Business world and Sustain lab Paris. Your Company is the only Indian power utility to co-create Sustainability Development Goal (SDG) roadmapforElectricUtilitieswithWorldBusinessCouncilfor Sustainable Development (WBCSD) along with 10 global power utilities.

26.1 Care For Our Community/Community Relations

Your Company focusses on five thrust areas viz. education, health and sanitation, livelihood and skill building, water and financial inclusivity. In these areas, key flagship interventions were undertaken, Tata Power (Standalone) covered around 12.85 lakh people from Maharashtra, Jharkhand and West Bengal and at group level, your Company's CSR Initiatives covered around 46.65 lakh beneficiaries across 61 locations in 15 states. The Initiatives are aligned to 6 UN SDGs and Schedule VII to the Act.

As a part of its COVID-19 response initiatives, your Company extended extensive support with a focus on migrant and vulnerable communities to 15 states across the country impacting around 16.59 lakh beneficiaries.

Flagship initiatives undertaken across various locations during FY21 can be summarized as below:

Financial inclusivity program was undertaken across all major locations with 4.59 lakh beneficiaries covered with resources worth Rs 312 crore accessed under various Government Schemes by communities.

1,239 Self-Help Group (SHG) (women) covering 14,325 members involved in various flagship initiatives such as Dhaaga, Abha, Sakhi, Roshni and Samriddhi with cumulative revenue generation of Rs 4.70 crore.

New integrated Vocational Training (VT) centres

(Roshni) intervention was launched across Bihar, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Jharkand, Odisha and Tamil Nadu. Total 13 VT centres were set up across all the locations with 88% candidates employed/self-employed through these centers.

Over 70,000 youth were skilled under

Daksh intervention and TPSDI initiatives with 25% youth from Afirmative Action (AA) community benefit from the intervention.

Water Initiatives resulted in a coverage of 11.85 lakh beneficiaries under demand and supply side management of water initiatives across Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Tamil Nadu.

The CSR policy of the Company has been provided on the Company's website at https://www.tatapower.com/pdf/ aboutus/csr-policy.pdf.

The Company's standalone CSR spend for FY21 stood at Rs 3.45 crore against the 2% CSR obligation of Rs 3.45 crore. Details of the consolidated CSR activities of your Company and its key subsidiaries are described in Social and Relationship Capital of Integrated Report (Pages 86-103) as well as in the Business Responsibility Report (BRR). The annual report on CSR activities (standalone) is provided in Annexure - V to this Report. On a consolidated basis, the Tata Power Group entities' expenditure on CSR activities stood at Rs 39.24 crore against the CSR obligation of Rs 38.60 crore (calculated as per Section 135 of the Act) in FY21.

26.2 Afirmative Action

As a part of AA, your Company continued in its journey of working with local vendors and promoting inclusion of SC/ST in business opportunities. This is driven by Corporate Contracts department with a single point of contact at the Corporate level, as well as at Division/ Site level (Procurement Heads at Division level) to facilitate inclusion of SC/ST vendors. AA process for vendor enlistment and ordering was deployed to encourage and evolve entrepreneurship skill among the communities and enable them to be a part of business ecosystem. It also made them compete with positive discrimination element by offering a price preference of 5% over the L1 bidder and gives incentive of 1% of contract value for engaging

50% workforce from SC/ST community. Your Company also promoted entrepreneurship at community level by supporting enterprise development. In this year, business worth Rs 9.63 crore was given to 24 vendors from SC/ST community. SHG members were also supported through income generation activities. Your Company supported youth, women, farmers and _shermen through skilling and livelihood initiatives with a focus to increase the income level making community members self-reliant. This has been further described in greater detail in Social and Relationship Capital of Integrated Report.

26.3Sustainability Reporting

Your Company has adopted the IIRC-IR Framework to prepare its second Integrated Report 2020-21. SEBI recommended Integrated Reporting to be adopted on a voluntary basis by the top 500 companies, which are required to prepare BRR, in February 2017. The content of the report is in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards: Core option and espouses linkages from the National Voluntary Guidelines (NVG) on Social, Environmental and Economic responsibilities of the business as well as the United Nations SDGs. The Integrated Report communicates Tata Power's performance on financial and non-financial aspects to all stakeholders, underlying the importance of our leadership and strategy towards value creation as well as commitment to empower the customers for future-ready energy providing smart energy solutions paving the way for a sustainable future.

1. Environment

Your Company continues to strive for efficiency in operations and maintenance through adoption of best practices optimizing its efficiency parameters like heat rate and auxiliary resulting in lower resource consumption and lower carbon emissions. Continuing on its path to be a pioneer for environmental stewardship in power industry, your Company further focusses on efficient use of water, prudent recycling and waste disposal measures and remains committed to comply with regulations. Your Company also has been strategically focussing on scaling up renewables business, venturing into new energy efficient green business initiatives like Microgrids, EV charging, Home Automations, Solar Rooftop as well as exploring new opportunities in distribution businesses, All these initiatives reinforces your Company's commitment towards sustainable "Green" growth and encouraging the customer to avail energy efficient, future-ready, smart energy solutions. A brief outline of your Company's efforts towards protection of environment and biodiversity is given in the Natural Capital section of Integrated Report (Pages 110-125).

2. Health and Safety

Your Company is consciously committed to health and safety of all employees and other stakeholders with a defined safety vision "To be a leader in Safety Excellence in the global power and energy business". Your Company employs a pro-active and pre-emptive approach to occupational health and safety and is committed to actively drive the agenda through the length and breadth of the organization. Consequently, 100% of your contractual workforce is trained on various aspects of Occupational health and safety. Close monitoring of the safety management system helped your company to enhance standard of Health and Safety. Suraksha mobile app is one such monitoring intervention that enables employees to conveniently report unsafe conditions. Furthermore, your Company's commitment towards ethos of safety was further demonstrated on various responses during COVID-19 pandemic with a working theme of "Learn from disaster and prepare for a safer future". The key focus of this theme was to ensure that health and safety of employees as well as other stakeholders who are fundamental to business are protected and to strengthen your safety measures through numerous rigorous innovation. Furthermore, your Company has already started venturing towards application of advanced technologies like usage of drones, remote monitoring, safe systems for high risk activities etc. to eliminate and minimize the risks associated with various activities for betterment of safety performance. More deployment of advanced technologies is planned in near future for further enhancement of safety performance. A detailed description of Health and Safety including COVID-19 initiatives taken by your Company is outlined in Human Capital section of Integrated Report (Pages 72-85).

3. Customer Relationship

Your Company is working consistently towards a dedicated theme of energizing and sensitizing your customers for smart and future-ready energy solutions to ensure a sustainable future. This involves various IOT based home automations and smart metering solutions for customers across all segments as well as various DSM programs. Furthermore, your Company has been instrumental in raising energy conservation awareness and reducing the energy cost for the consumers through initiatives such as "Be Green", solar rooftop off-grid solutions and other awareness campaigns. Your Company is steadily transitioning from a B2B or a B2G company to a B2C company with enhanced customer-centricity. The customer base is getting more divergent with ventures such as rural electrification (microgrids), solar rooftop solutions, Electric Vehicle (EV) charging etc. Your Company has numerous touchpoints to be in constant communication with customers as well as a structured process of tracking complaints and ensuring resolution within pre-defined timelines. Your Company has also been a pioneer in leveraging digital technology to serve customers efficiently. Few of such initiatives are Know Your Energy Consumption (KYEC), Webchat integrated chatbot TINA, e-Nach, all women customer relations centre, etc. Webchat integrated chatbot TINA went live on customer portal on 6th January 2021 through which consumer can have live communication with Company offcials. Furthermore, through implementation of e-billing, your Company reinforces its commitment towards saving of trees and ecosystem. In FY21, your Company has added more than 1 lakh customers resulting in a total of more than 1.4 lakh customers availing the facilities of e-billing in Mumbai license area. A detailed description of your customer relation measures is given in the Social and Relationship Capital section in the Integrated Report (Pages 86-103).

4. Human Resource Management

A key area of focus for your Company is to safeguard health and well-being of employees and their families while the employees remain steadfast in their service to the nation by providing electricity. Many policies and benefits were introduced and innovative work formats were implemented to maximize safety during pandemic situation. Your Company also continues to endeavour to create a work environment which is collaborative and learning and growth oriented to enable employees to perform at their full potential. Your Human Resource (HR) strategy adopts a multipronged approach covering all the key facets of employee development. Learning as a stated value of the Company also sets the tone of your Company's aim to develop competencies to rise to new challenges especially posed by venturing into various segments of renewable energy and new business initiatives. Some of the key HR programmes of your Company are Talent Next, Youth Power Confluence, Gyankosh, Reward & Recognition, etc. A detailed description is given in the Human Capital section of the Integrated Report (Pages 79-80).

26.4 Business Responsibility Report

The BRR is in line with the SEBI requirement based on the "National Voluntary Guidelines on Social, Environmental and Economic Responsibilities of Business" notified by MCA, Government of India, in July 2011. Your Company reported its performance for FY21 as per the BRR framework, describing initiatives taken from an environmental, social and governance perspective.

As per Regulation 34 of the Listing Regulations, the BRR is attached as a part of this Annual Report. Since the Company is publishing Annual Report under IIRC, report on the nine principles of the NVG on social, environmental and economic responsibilities of business as framed by the MCA, is provided in relevant sections of Integrated Report with suitable references to the BRR.

26.5 Prevention of Sexual Harassment

Disclosures in relation to the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 have been provided in the Report on Corporate Governance as well as MD&A.

27. Annual Return

Pursuant to Section 92 of the Act and Rule 12 of the Companies (Management and Administration) Rules, 2014, the Annual Return is available on the website of the Company on the following link: https://www.tatapower. com/pdf/investor-relations/Annual-Return-MGT-20-21.pdf

28. Particulars of Employees and Remuneration

The information required under Section 197(12) of the Act read with Rule 5 of the Companies (Appointment and Remuneration of Managerial Personnel) Rules, 2014, is attached as Annexure - VI.

Statement containing particulars of top 10 employees and the employees drawing remuneration in excess of limits prescribed under Section 197 (12) of the Act read with Rule 5(2) and (3) of the Companies (Appointment and Remuneration of Managerial Personnel) Rules, 2014 is provided in the Annexure forming part of this report.

IntermsofprovisotoSection136(1)oftheAct,theReportand Accounts are being sent to the Members excluding the aforesaid Annexure. The said Statement is also available for inspection with the Company. Any Member interested in obtaining a copy of the same may write to the Company Secretary at investorcomplaints@tatapower.com.

Officers of the organisation are classified into five management work levels i.e. MA, MB, MC, MD and ME. The work levels are further divided into grades. Non-management employees are across different grades and also have been classified as unskilled, semi-skilled, skilled and highly skilled.

29. Disclosure requirements

The Company has devised proper systems to ensure compliance with the provisions of all applicable Secretarial Standards issued by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India and such systems are adequate and operating effectively.

30. Deposits

The Company has not accepted any deposits from public and as such, no amount on account of principal or interest on deposits from public was outstanding as on the date of the Balance Sheet.

31. Foreign Exchange - Earnings and Outgo

Figures in Rs crore
Particulars - Standalone FY21 FY20
Foreign Exchange Earnings 809 125
Foreign Exchange 843 1,301
Outflow mainly on account of:
Fuel purchase

706

1,070

Interest on foreign currency borrowings, NRI dividends

4

3

Purchase of capital equipment, components and spares and other miscellaneous expenses

133

228

32. Acknowledgements

On behalf of the Directors of the Company, I would like to place on record our deep appreciation to our shareholders, customers, business partners, vendors - both international and domestic, bankers, financial institutions and academic institutions for all the support rendered during the year.

The Directors are thankful to the Government of India, the various ministries of the State Governments, the central and state electricity regulatory authorities, communities in the neighbourhood of our operations, municipal authorities of Mumbai and local authorities in areas where we are operational in India; as also partners, governments and stakeholders in international geographies where the Company operates, for all the support rendered during the year.

The Directors regret the loss of life due to COVID-19 pandemic and are deeply grateful and have immense respect for every person who risked their life and safety, to _ght this pandemic.

Finally, we appreciate and value the contributions made by all our employees and their families for making the Company what it is.

On behalf of the Board of Directors,
N. Chandrasekaran
Chairman
Mumbai, 12th May 2021 (DIN: 00121863)

   

Tata Power Company Ltd Company Background

N ChandrasekaranPraveer Sinha
Incorporation Year1919
Registered OfficeBombay House,24 Homi Mody Street
Mumbai,Maharashtra-400001
Telephone91-022-66658282,Managing Director
Fax91-022-66658801
Company SecretaryH M Mistry
AuditorSRBC & Co LLP
Face Value1
Market Lot1
ListingBSE,London,Luxembourg,MSEI ,NSE,Singapore,
RegistrarTSR Darashaw Consultants P Ltd
C-101 1st Floor ,247 Park Vikhroli W ,Lal Bahadur Marg ,Mumbai - 400 083

Tata Power Company Ltd Company Management

Director NameDirector DesignationYear
N Chandrasekaran Chairman 2021
H M Mistry Company Secretary 2021
Anjali Bansal Independent Director 2021
Vibha Padalkar Independent Director 2021
Sanjay Bhandarkar Independent Director 2021
K M Chandrasekhar Independent Director 2021
Hemant Bhargava Nominee (LIC) 2021
Saurabh Agrawal Director 2021
Banmali Agrawala Director 2021
Praveer Sinha Managing Director & CEO 2021
Ashok Sinha Independent Director 2021

Tata Power Company Ltd Listing Information

Listing Information
BSE_500
BSE_100
BSE_200
BSEDOLLEX
CNX500
BSEMID
CNXENERGY
CNXMIDCAP
CNXINFRAST
CNXMID50
BSEPOWER
CNX200
CNXCOMMODI
CNXDIVIDEN
NFTALPHA50
BSECARBONE
BSEINFRA
NFT100EQWT
BSEALLCAP
BSEUTILITI
BSEMIDSELE
NFTMIDLQ15
ESG100
MID150
LMI250
MSL400
BSEMOI
NFTYLM250
NFTYMC150
NFTYMSC400
NF500M5025

Tata Power Company Ltd Finished Product

Product NameUnit Installed
Capacity
Production
Quantity
Sales
Quantity
Sales
Value
Power Supply Revenue MU 0005791.84
Project Management Services NA 000173.9
Income from Finance Lease NA 00084.66
Income of Services Rendered NA 00060.94
Other Operating Income NA 00031.12
Income from Storage & Termina.NA 00016.31
Rental of L&B, Plant & EquipmtNA 00013.29
Amortisation of Sevice LineConNA 0008.25
Sale of Fly Ash NA 0000.28
Sale of Renewable Energy CertiNA 0000
Switched Mode Power Supplies No 0000
Systems for Vehicle Mount ApplNo 0000
Towers Materials MT 0000
Transfer of Capital/Ser. ContrNA 0000
Unbilled Revenue NA 0000
Wheeling Charges recoverable NA 0000
Cash Discount NA 0000
Rental Income NA 0000
Hydro Power MW 0000
Hydroelectric Power GenerationMU 0000
Power Generation MU 0000
Compensation Received NA 0000
Services Rendered NA 0000
Misc Revenue & Sundry Credits NA 0000
Sale of Carbon Credits NA 0000
Others NA 0000
Power Line Monitors No 0000
Spares NA 0000
Renewables-Solar Photovaltic MW 0000
Thermal - Waste heat recovery MW 0000
Thermal Power MU 0000
Thermal Power MW 0000
Thermal-Production Gases MW 0000
Steel Structures MT 0000
Bolts/Nuts MT 0000
Wind Power Generation MU 0000
Wind Power Generation MW 0000
Mini/Micro Computer Sys-RuggedNo 0000
Transmission EPC Business NA 0000
Display Test Sets No 0000
Electrical Equipments Set0000
Electronic Products No 0000
Simulators No 0000
Sonobuoys No 0000
Sub Systems for Airborne Appl.No 0000
Sub Systems for Locomotive No 0000
Modems No 0000
Software NA 0000
AMTI/Radar Data Processor No 0000
Radar Data Processor/AMTI No 0000
Global Position Sys. ReceiversNo 0000
Low Frequency Receivers No 0000
Tactical Display Consoles No 0000
Cables Km 0000
Vehicles No 0000
Air Traffic Control Display No 0000
Video Mappers No 0000
Energy Meter No 0000
Servo Controller Systems No 0000
Voltage Stabilisers No 0000

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