XTRAS: It with the help of BHL generates 397 MW of power from residuals. After meeting its own energy needs, it has surplus of over 90 MW which it supplies this surplus power to the UP state grid.

Founded in 1931 by Jamnalal Bajaj, Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar Limited (BHSL) is a sugar producer in India, Asia's Number 1and World's Number 4 integrated sugar company.
It has an aggregated sugarcane crushing capacity of 136,000 tonnes crushed perday (TCD), and alcohol distillation capacity of 800 kilo liters per day (KLD) across 14 locations in the north Indian State of Uttar Pradesh (UP).

Financial Highlights:
• Total Revenue of the company has shown minor fluctuations with a four year high in FY-19.
• Along the similar lines, the operating expenses have also been steady over the last four year with a slight increase in expenses in FY21.
• The pandemic has hit the sector. Hence, Profit After Tax has taken hits in the last few financial years due to decrease in demands and consumption of sugar.
• A downward trend in the total assets of the company can be observed. Overall, pandemic has affected the company in a substantial manner.

Cash Flow Analysis:
• Cash flow from operating Activities was noticed a growth at a great pace from 2018 to 2019, although in the year 2021 there was a huge dip of around 149% .
• Cash flow from investing activities dropped significantly in 2021 portraying decrement in investments.
• Cash Flow from financing activity has also dipped significantly portraying mitigation in payments of debt.
• Overall Net cash flow has worsened in the year 2021.