Energy Development Corp. – Valuation Analysis

Energy Development Corp.  – Valuation Analysis

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Thanks to Lawrence Luz for the request to see World Class Benchmarking on Energy Development Corp. (EDC PM).


Engaged in the exploration, development and operation of geothermal energy projects. EDC is the Philippines’ largest vertically-integrated geothermal developer, with a capacity of 1,458MW of renewable energy. 80% of its capacity is geothermal and the remaining 20% is wind, hydro and solar power.

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World Class Benchmarking

EDC’s Profitable Growth is ranked in the top 30% among medium Utilities globally.

Profitability has been good, Growth has been volatile but returned to above average after a dip to #9 in 2015.

 Energy Development  EDC's Profitable Growth is ranked in the top 30% among medium #Utilities globally

Energy Development

Asset utilization is poor, Profit margin drives Profitability.

Sales growth has fallen to below average, Margin change drove the Growth improvement in the past 12 months.

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In 1992 Dr. Andrew Stotz, CFA, left a management career at Pepsi-Cola in California to teach finance in Thailand. In 1993, he found his life calling as a financial analyst, a job for which he was eventually voted #1 in Thailand. In the second half of his 20-year career in investment banking, Dr. Stotz was a Head of Research, leading teams of financial analysts. He served as a two-term president of CFA Society Thailand and now runs his firm, A. Stotz Investment Research, which provides research and tools for institutions and high-net-worth investors and helps CEOs make their companies financially world class.
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