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  • Private Sector: 5315 MWh
  • India: 11474 MWh
  • Tripping: 120 MWh
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Rasuwagadhi, Sanjen raise Rs 3.17 billion in IPOs

Rasuwagadhi Hydropower Company and Sanjen Hydropower Company have collected a total of Rs 3.17 billion by selling primary shares. A total of 611,000 individuals had sent in applications for the two companies. For Sanjen, 304,000 individuals had applied for 14.1 million share units, through which Rs 1.41 billion was raised.…


Rasuwagadhi, Sanjen hydropower companies float primary shares worth Rs 1.57 billion

Two hydropower companies – Rasuwagadhi Hydropower Company Ltd (RHCL) and Sanjen Jalavidhyut Company Ltd (SJCL) – have floated their primary shares worth above Rs 1.57 billion to the public. The primary shares of these two state-owned companies are up for sale for the public from Friday. While RHCL has floated…


Rasuwagadi, Sanjen hydels to issue 15.4 million shares to public

The government has included the 42.5-megawatt Sanjen and 111MW Rasuwagadi hydropower projects in the government’s programme titled ‘Nepal’s Water, People’s Investment’ today. The Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation has decided to include both the projects in the programme. The meeting of the programme’s coordination committee has also decided…


Middle Bhotekoshi to issue 29.4m shares

Middle Bhotekoshi Hydropower Company has received permission from the Securities Board of Nepal (SEBON) to issue shares to the public. The developer of the 102 MW Middle Bhotekoshi Hydropower Project plans to issue 29.4 million general shares worth Rs2.94 billion in three phases. In the first phase, the company will…


Power Sector Share price Tops In Stock Market in Bangladesh

Shares of the Companies from power sector have traded the highest turnover in Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) last week. And as a result of this high amount of trade the rate of the shares of power sector companies have also increased. In the list of top 20 companies, three power…


Australian Energy Storage Company Raises AU $16.3 Million in IPO

South Australian energy storage company 1414 Degrees will start trading on the Australian Securities Exchange after raising $16.3 million as part of its IPO. The company has spent a decade and A$15 million developing its silicon storage technology and will begin trading as a public company from 11am Australian Eastern…


Share Allure: Poor households borrowing, selling assets to buy shares

A recent study by International Finance Corporation (IFC) revealed that many poor rural households were borrowing money at high interest rates or selling primary assets to buy local shares in hydropower projects. Such investors often have unrealistic expectations of returns and are unclear on the risk of loss, the private…


Sebon approves IPO worth Rs 21b of 21 companies in FY2017/18

The Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon) approved primary shares worth Rs 20.78 billion, of 21 companies, in the last Fiscal Year 2017/18. The capital market regulator allowed the companies to issue a total 192.88 million units of share. More than half of these companies who wanted to draw capital from…


Hydro project starts issuing shares to locals

Energy Minister Barsha Man Pun officially distributed the initial public offerings of Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Limited to the local people from Dolakha district, on Wednesday. The project is allotting 10 percent of its primary shares to the local people affected by the project’s construction. The hydropower company is issuing 10,590,000…


Shares worth Rs78.59 billion listed on Nepse

Primary shares worth Rs78.59 billion were listed on the Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) in the fiscal year 2017-18 as companies scrambled to raise their capital requirement by issuing rights and bonus shares. In 2016-17, primary shares worth Rs93.17 billion hit the secondary market. According to Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon)…


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