SDCL Energy Efficiency Income Trust (LSE: SEIT)

Last close As at 20/04/2024


0.60 (1.05%)

Market capitalisation


SDCL Energy Efficiency Income Trust’s objective is to generate an attractive total return for investors, comprising a stable dividend income and capital preservation, with the opportunity for capital growth.

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Equity Analyst

Andrew Keen

MD - Head of Content, Energy & Resources, Industrials

Harry Kilby


Key Management

  • Tom Hovanessian

    Investment Director

  • Tony Roper


Share Price Performance

Price Performance
% 1M 3M 12M
Actual (7.1) 2.1 (35.8)
Relative (8.6) (2.9) (35.7)
52 week high/low 94.9p/51.8p


SDCL Energy Efficiency Income Trust (SEEIT) has taken a prudent approach to discount rate adjustments in the period, leading to a 10.9p reduction in net asset value (NAV) per share from 101.5p to 90.6p. This was largely driven by a 100bp increase in the weighted average unlevered discount rate to 8.7%. The portfolio valuation at the end of H124 stood at £1,066m and investment cash inflow from the portfolio was £47m (a c 9% increase from H123). SEEIT has declared a total aggregate dividend of 3.12p per share for H124, which is in line with its FY24 target of 6.24p (a 4% y o y increase), while maintaining a dividend cash cover of 1.1x, which is expected to grow by the end of FY24 and over the medium term. SEEIT is currently trading at a 33% discount to NAV with a 10% dividend yield.

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