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In a strategic move to bolster its renewable energy ambitions, billionaire Gautam Adani and his family have announced a substantial $1 billion investment in Adani Green Energy Ltd., according to sources familiar with the matter. The conglomerate, facing upcoming bond maturities in the coming year, is swiftly taking steps to meet its ambitious green targets.

Adani Green Energy Ltd. is reportedly considering issuing preferential shares to the company’s founders, addressing both expansion and refinancing requirements. Shares of the company experienced a surge of up to 6.7% in Mumbai following the announcement, marking a significant recovery from this year’s 20% loss.

While an official comment from an Adani Group representative was not immediately available, the company’s board is set to deliberate fundraising proposals on December 26. The options under consideration include the potential sale of shares or convertible securities, as outlined in a filing on Wednesday.

Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Sharon Chen emphasized the potential positive impact of an equity raise on deleveraging and lowering refinancing risk. However, Chen also noted lingering governance concerns in a December 15 analysis.

Adani Green Energy Ltd., with a target of achieving 45 gigawatts of green energy capacity by 2030, is also addressing bond maturities totaling $1.2 billion scheduled for the upcoming year. Recent efforts include securing a loan from eight banks earlier this month.

These initiatives underscore the Adani Group’s commitment to overcoming the fallout from damaging allegations of corporate fraud made by Hindenburg Research in January. Despite vehemently denying the allegations, Adani companies faced a market value loss exceeding $150 billion at one point. Since then, the conglomerate has been actively working to restore investor and lender confidence through measures such as debt reduction, attracting marquee investors, and securing funding for projects like the Sri Lanka port.

The group’s stocks experienced a relief rally last month after India’s top court indicated it would not consider media reports on the conglomerate as absolute truth while reserving judgment on the Hindenburg allegations. Adani Green’s stock has surged by over 65% since these observations by the top court at the end of last month, signaling a positive trajectory for the conglomerate.

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By: Delino Gayweh
Serrari Financial Analyst
December 22, 2023

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