TECO 2030 ASA (OSE-Ticker: TECO) releases its unaudited financial Q1 2021 report.
“Following the successful listing on Euronext Growth Market last year, we are pleased with our progress year to date,” said Tore Enger, CEO of TECO 2030 ASA
The first quarter of 2021 has been eventful, and TECO 2030 ASA has released some key highlights:
Narvik gigafactory plans
In March 2021 TECO 2030 released its plans for a production facility and innovation center in Northern Norway, Narvik. TECO 2030 aims towards an annual fuel cell production capacity of 400 MW in 2025 steadily increasing to 1.2 GW by 2030. Provided the current estimations for future sales prices and expected reached production capacity, this indicates annual revenues of approx. EUR 290 million in 2025 and approx. EUR 600 million in 2030. The EBITDA-margin is expected to be in the range of 10-15 % in 2025 and 15-20 % in 2030.
Feasibility and concept study completed
Towards the end of March, it was announced that TECO 2030 and its technology partner AVL List GmbH has successfully completed the feasibility and concept study for marine fuel cells.
Sale of ballast water treatment systems
TECO 2030 sold a total of eight ballast water treatment systems in the first quarter, demonstrating the short-term revenue potential of this part of the business. According to IFRS standards (IAS 15), as adopted by the EU, revenues and related costs will be recognized as the systems are delivered in the second quarter.
Operating revenue for Q1 2021 was MNOK 1.2, Cost of Goods Sold were MNOK 0.7. Operating expenses were MNOK 13.1. Leading to an EBITDA for the quarter of MNOK -12.6. This compares to an EBITDA of MNOK -24.6 for the full year 2020.
Total non-current assets per March 31st, 2021, were MNOK 28.0, total current assets MNOK 51.2, and total assets MNOK 79.3.
Total equity stood at MNOK 53.4 at the end of the first quarter and total liabilities MNOK 25.9. This gives an equity ratio of 67% per March 31st, 2021.
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