RATCH’s economic values distributed to stakeholders in 2019

RATCH’s supply chain breaks into three main processes: 1) Project development 2) construction and 3) production and provision of products and services. The processes involve stakeholders in the supply chain who significantly influence the Company's success and business goals: business partners, suppliers, community and the environment. The guidelines to deal with the stakeholders are as follows:

1. The sale of electricity generated by subsidiaries as follows;

  • Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Company Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary, to EGAT under a 25-year power purchase agreement from an independent power producer (IPP)
  • RATCH Cogeneration Company Limited, a small power producer (SPP) owned 99.97% stake, mainly to EGAT under a 25-year power purchase agreement. Remaining electricity and steam are distributed to industrial users.
  • RATCH Australia Corporation Pty Ltd (RAC), a wholly-owned subsidiary in Australia whose main income is from sale under a long-term PPA of its thermal power plants, wind power plants and a solar power plant.

2. Profits under the equity method from investments in joint ventures.

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The Company has a policy to pay dividends of at least 40 percent of net profit according to the consolidated financial statements after legal reserves and other reserves. Nevertheless, dividend payments depend on the Company’s cash flow.

More Info : Dividend Payments to Shareholders in 2000-2019