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Mountain Energy Nepal Limited (MEN) Records Marginal 1.63% Dip in Q2 Net Profit, Power Sales Revenue Slightly Decreases by 1.18%

In the second quarter of the fiscal year 2080/81, Mountain Energy Nepal Limited (MEN) experienced a marginal decline in net profit, registering a decrease of 1.63%. The net profit for this quarter amounted to Rs. 35 crores, down from Rs. 35.58 crores in the same quarter of the previous fiscal year.

The company’s revenue derived from power sales during this quarter totaled Rs. 73.52 crores, reflecting a modest decrease of 1.18% compared to the corresponding quarter in the previous year. MEN’s power sales revenue is predominantly generated by two projects, namely the Tadi Khola Project (5 MW) and the Mistri Khola Project (42 MW). Notably, the Tadi Khola Project invoiced Rs. 86,606,726, and the Mistri Khola Project invoiced Rs. 657,610,049 to the Nepal Electricity Authority during this period, following the terms outlined in the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).

Key financial highlights for MEN include retained earnings at Rs. 1.52 Arba and share capital standing at Rs. 1.96 Arba. The annualized earnings per share (EPS) is reported at Rs. 35.58, and the net worth per share stands at Rs. 177.32.

The provided table summarizes various financial indicators for MEN in the second quarters of 2080/81 and 2079/80. Noteworthy figures include administrative expenses showing a decrease of 8.71%, finance expenses decreasing by 8.78%, and a net worth per share increase of 11.69%. The quarter-end price-to-earnings (PE) ratio is reported at 18.41 times, and the quarter-end market price stood at Rs. 655.


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