Tata Power Share PriceTata Power

-0.85 (-0.42%)
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As on 23 March, 2023 | 20:15 BSE: 500400 NSE: TATAPOWER

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Tata Power Share Price

  • Over 1 Month -0.6%
  • Over 3 Month 1.63%
  • Over 6 Month -10.87%
  • Over 1 Year -14.6%

Tata Power Key Statistics

P/E Ratio 20.9
PEG Ratio 0.2
Market Cap Cr 63,939
Price to Book Ratio 2.5
Dividend 0.9
Relative Strength Index 39.9
Money Flow Index 41.4
MACD Signal -0.56
Average True Range 3.84

Tata Power Investment Rating

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  • Tata Power has an operating revenue of Rs. 54,615.28 Cr. on a trailing 12-month basis. An annual revenue growth of 33% is outstanding, Pre-tax margin of 2% needs improvement, ROE of 7% is fair but needs improvement. The company has a high debt to equity of 146%, which can be a reason to worry. The stock from a technical standpoint is trading below to its key moving averages. It needs to take out these levels and stay above it to make any meaningful move. From an O'Neil Methodology perspective, the stock has an EPS Rank of 77 which is a FAIR score but needs to improve its earnings, a RS Rating of 44 which is POOR indicating the underperformance as compared to other stocks, Buyer Demand at C+ which is evident from recent supply seen, Group Rank of 167 indicates it belongs to a poor industry group of Utility-Electric Power and a Master Score of B is close to being the best. Overall, the stock has mediocre earnings and technical strength, there are superior stocks in the current market environment.

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Tata Power Financials
IndicatorDec 2022Sep 2022Jun 2022Mar 2022
Oper Rev Qtr Cr 5,2964,5524,8293,120
Operating Expenses Qtr Cr 4,3854,3564,7212,868
Operating Profit Qtr Cr 911196108252
Depreciation Qtr Cr 289286291287
Interest Qtr Cr 539556563528
Tax Qtr Cr 509328-4-968
Net Profit Qtr Cr 1,5041,2004212,288

Tata Power Technicals


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-0.85 (-0.42%)
  • Bullish Moving Average
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  • Bearish Moving Average
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  • 16
  • 20 Day
  • 204.02
  • 50 Day
  • 206.23
  • 100 Day
  • 210.59
  • 200 Day
  • 213.68
  • 20 Day
  • 204.38
  • 50 Day
  • 205.19
  • 100 Day
  • 212.14
  • 200 Day
  • 218.27

Tata Power Resistance and Support

First Resistance 203
Second Resistance 205.05
Third Resistance 206.3
RSI 39.9
MFI 41.4
MACD Single Line -0.56
MACD -1.11
First Resistance 199.7
Second Resistance 198.45
Third Resistance 196.4

Tata Power Delivery and Volume

Period NSE + BSE Volume Avg NSE + BSE Delivery Volume Avg NSE + BSE Delivery Volume %
Day 6,030,162 250,010,517 41.46
Week 6,435,933 295,473,675 45.91
1 Month 8,229,846 365,898,938 44.46
6 Month 10,218,383 395,042,691 38.66

Tata Power Result Highlights

Tata Power Synopsis

NSE-Utility-Electric Power

Tata Power Co. is involved in the business activities of Electric power generation, transmission and distribution. Company’s Total Operating Revenue is Rs. 11107.93 Cr. and Equity Capital is Rs. 319.56 Cr. for the Year ended 31/03/2022. Tata Power Company Ltd. is a Public Limited Listed company incorporated on 18/09/1919 and has its registered office in the State of Maharashtra, India. Company’s Corporate Identification Number(CIN) is L28920MH1919PLC000567 and registration number is 000567.
Market Cap 63,971
Sales 17,797
Shares in Float 169.35
No of funds 533
Yield 0.87
Book Value 5.88
U/D Vol ratio 0.7
LTDebt / Equity 166
Alpha -0.04
Beta 1.35

Tata Power

Owner NameDec-22Sep-22Jun-22Mar-22
Promoters 46.86%46.86%46.86%
Mutual Funds 4.04%4.3%3.83%
Insurance Companies 10.07%9.66%10.66%
Foreign Portfolio Investors 9.63%10.28%10.1%
Financial Institutions/ Banks 0.06%0.03%
Individual Investors 25.59%25.16%24.87%
Others 3.75%3.74%3.65%

Tata Power Management

Name Designation
Mr. Natarajan Chandrasekaran Chairman, Non Ind & Non Exe Director
Mr. Praveer Sinha Managing Director & CEO
Mr. Banmali Agrawal Non Executive Director
Mr. Ashok Sinha Ind. Non-Executive Director
Mr. Hemant Bhargava Non Executive Director
Ms. Vibha Padalkar Ind. Non-Executive Director
Mr. Sanjay V Bhandarkar Ind. Non-Executive Director
Mr. K M Chandrasekhar Ind. Non-Executive Director
Ms. Anjali Bansal Ind. Non-Executive Director
Mr. Saurabh Agrawal Non Executive Director

Tata Power Forecast

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Tata Power MF Shareholding

Name Amount(cr)
HDFC Balanced Advantage Fund Growth 51042
SBI Balanced Advantage Fund Regular Growth 22237
Kotak Equity Arbitrage Fund Growth 21918
ICICI Prudential Equity Arbitrage Fund Regular Growth 11273
Franklin India Flexi Cap Fund Growth 9989

About Company

The Tata Power Company Limited is a private electric utility company based in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Its role is to generate, transmit, and distribute energy within and outside the country. Tata Power is India's biggest integrated power company. It has a capacity of more than 13000 MW. In 2017, Tata Power Company Limited earned the distinction of becoming the first Indian power utility company to transport 1GW of solar modules abroad, printing the company's name on the list of the world's top energy players. 

In the early 1900s,three hydroelectric entities, Tata Hydro-Electric Power Supply Company (in 1910), the Andhra Valley Power Supply Company (in 1916) and the Tata Power Company (in 1919), were incorporated by the Tata group. Together these three companies were referred to as the Tata Electric Companies. The other two entities were amalgamated into the Tata Power Company in the year 2000. The company commissioned India's first hydroelectric project (72MW) in 1915 in Khopoli. After that, the second power plant was installed in Bhivpuri (75 MW) in 1919, and the third power plant was installed in Bhira (300 MW) in 1922.

Tata Power Plant is present in 35 Indian locations. Internationally, Tata Power plants operate in Indonesia, South Africa, Singapore, and Bhutan, prompting other power companies to follow suit.


Tata Power - Sustainability Initiatives


In 1915, Tata Power installed the first hydropower station at India's Khopoli. The company has about 34% clean energy, including wind, solar power, and hydropower generation, in its portfolio. Tata Power aims to increase this percentile to between 40 and 50% within a few upcoming years.

Tata Power's CSR initiative 'Club Enerji' has undertaken many energy conservation practices with children and schools. In ten years,  Club Enerji has worked with more than 533 schools, sensitized over 26.4 million citizens, and saved energy units worth around 31.8 million. The initiative is executed by a network of more than 3.6 lakh Energy Champions, about 4.1 lakh Energy Ambassadors and 2000+ self-sustaining Mini Energy Clubs.

Mahseer conservation project initiated by Tata Power aimed to conserve the endangered freshwater fish's biodiversity through breeding techniques and awareness. Tata Power has taken the sustainability initiative one step ahead with the launch of modern Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations in Hyderabad, Delhi, and Mumbai. India is gradually becoming a prime destination for EV vehicles, and Tata Power is playing a major role in the transformation by setting up EV charging stations rapidly.

Tata Power - Top Power Plants in India

The following are the most notable power plants of Tata Power in India:

Trombay Thermal Power Station 
This 1,580 MW thermal power station was set up in 1956 near Mumbai in Maharashtra. When it was first commissioned, its capacity was 62.5 MW. 

Jojobera Power Plant 
The 67.5 MW and 3×120 MW thermal power plant was set up in Jojobera near Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, in 1996.

Maithon Power Plant
Tata Power and Damodar Valley Corporation jointly developed the 1,050 MW (2×525 MW) thermal coal-based Maithon Power Plant in 2011.

Mundra Ultra Mega Power Plant 
The 4,000 MW (5×800 MW) thermal coal-based Mundra Ultra Mega Power Plant at Mundra, Gujarat, was commissioned in 2013.

Overseas Projects 
Tata Power has also undertaken various landmark projects overseas. Here are the most popular Tata Power overseas projects: 

Dubai - Jebel Ali' G' station (4×100 MW + desalination plant) 
Saudi Arabia - Al-Khobar II (5×150 MW + desalination plant) 
Saudi Arabia - Jeddah III (4×64 MW + desalination plant)
Kuwait - Shuwaikh (5×50 MW) 

Tata Power Stock Analysis

Tata Power is a leading electric utility company in India. It has over 12 million distribution consumers, 13068 MW generation capacity, 32% clean energy portfolio.

Tata Power has posted solid numbers in the third quarter of the financial year 2021-22. Its PAT has increased by 74% to INR 552 Crore. Moreover, its consolidated revenue has grown by 42% to INR 11,015 Crore. Tata Power plans to invest INR 3,400 Crore in a 4FW solar cell and module manufacturing facility. The company's solar EPC order book has already exceeded INR 10,000 Crore. And it has developed over 1200 electric vehicle charging stations across India. It is estimated that the Tata Power stock can reach INR 340 within six months.

Tata Power FAQs

What is Share Price of Tata Power Company ?

Tata Power Company share price is ₹200 As on 23 March, 2023 | 20:01

What is the Market Cap of Tata Power Company ?

The Market Cap of Tata Power Company is ₹63938.7 Cr As on 23 March, 2023 | 20:01

What is the P/E ratio of Tata Power Company ?

The P/E ratio of Tata Power Company is 20.9 As on 23 March, 2023 | 20:01

What is the PB ratio of Tata Power Company ?

The PB ratio of Tata Power Company is 2.5 As on 23 March, 2023 | 20:01

What is Tata Power Future?

Tata Power Future was a revolutionary hydroelectric power project called Dugar, where SN Power and Tata Power amalgamated into unlocking hydroelectric power potential in the Himalayan region. 

What is the product of Tata Power?

The products of Tata Power are electrical power and natural gas. These are produced through the generation and distribution of electricity, exploration of natural gas and production, transportation, and distribution. 

Who is the CEO of Tata Power?

Praveer Sinha has been the CEO of Tata Power since 2018. 

Who is the owner of Tata Power?

Tata Sons Private Limited is the owner of Tata Power and holds a bulk of the share from its revenue. 

Is Ratan Tata the owner of Tata Group?

Mr Ratan N Tata was the Chairman of Tata Sons from 1991 till his retirement in 2012. Tata Sons is a holding company of the Tata Group.

Is Tata Power in debt?

Since September 2021, Tata Power has been in debt of ₹455.1b, up from ₹404.8b in 2020. 

Is it good to invest in Tata Power?

Yes, it is a fortunate time to invest in Tata Power since it runs at a 4 months high level. With the stock's chart looking polished, the company has achieved record Q3 earnings. Investors can look to buy Tata Power shares with targets of ₹255 -270. 

What is the future of Tata Power?

Tata Power is vowing to reach renewable production of 15 GW by 2025. The current renewable energy accounts for 30% of the total capacity, while the target is for renewable energy to reach 80% by 2030. 

How to invest in Tata Power share?

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Who is the Chairman of Tata Power?

The Chairman of Tata Power is Mr Natarajan Chandrasekaran.


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