2019, A ‘Light’ Story: State Power Firm Ups Revenues From Rs 70 Crore In 2014 To Rs 2,000 Crore In Five Years


2019, A ‘Light’ Story: State Power Firm Ups Revenues From Rs 70 Crore In 2014 To Rs 2,000 Crore In Five Years

In the last four years of the NDA government, revenues of state-run Energy Efficiency Service Limited (EESL) have increased from Rs 70 crore to Rs 2,000 crore in FY19, an increase of over 2,750 per cent and profits after tax have doubled from Rs 50 crore (FY18) to about Rs 100 crore this fiscal, reports The Hindu.

Also, the company will clock revenues of Rs 2,800 crore at the group level due to the strong performance of its subsidiary in the UK that it acquired. EESL, one of the world’s largest public energy services companies, was formed under the Ministry of Power to facilitate energy efficiency projects in the country.

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