Nettlinx Acquires 51% Stake In Sri Venkateswara Green Power Projects

August 09, 2017 17:31
Nettlinx Acquires 51% Stake In Sri Venkateswara Green Power Projects

Nettlinx Acquires 51% Stake In Sri Venkateswara Green Power Projects:- A 51% stake has been acquired by Nettlinx, a Hyderabad-city based internet infrastructure company, in Sri Venkateswara Green Power Projects Limited.

The Sri Venkateswara Green Power Projects Limited is a firm involved in developing and implementing a viable and environmentally sustainable 12 MW power plant, a renewable energy project. According to a statement issued by Nettlinx, the aim of the state-of-the-art is to convert Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) waste into energy. The power plant is being set up in the South Zone of the city located about 50 kms from the Telangana State Secretariat.

The project will be operational in about 18 months time. Manohar Loka Reddy, Chairman, Nettlinx Limited said, the investment and acquisition is strategic in nature, considering the company’s decision to diversify into sunrise business segments.

“We are confident of successfully executing this prestigious project, not just help us diversify but also brings in synergies to both the entities,” he said. He added that “the total power project cost is around Rs 200 crore and would be funded with an equity infusion of 60 crore, out of which Nettlinx Limited will contribute 51% through its internal accruals.”

K Venkateswara Reddy, Managing Director of Sri Venkateswara Green Power Projects and his associates said “they will infuse towards their share of 49 per cent of equity participation while the rest of the project funding will come from term loans and working capital borrowings.”

The project is commercially viable as the power purchase agreement with Telangana power distribution company specifies a tariff of Rs 7.40 per unit and is on a must buy basis and also stipulates a minimum guarantee price, the release said. The state government had given assurance of 700 tonnes waste per day delivery at the plant site.


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