Energy Recovery

Energy Recovery is a developer of reverse osmosis energy recovery devices for original equipment manufacturers, engineering and construction firms. The Company recycles and converts wasted pressure energy into a usable asset and preserves pumps that are subject to hostile processing environments. Energy Recovery's products and solutions transform industrial fluid flows and pressure cycles into reusable energy, using advanced technologies that adapt to the water, oil & gas, and chemical industries; making it possible to harness energy from almost any high-pressure fluid process.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
San Leandro, US
Founded
1992
Size (employees)
125 (est)+5%
Energy Recovery was founded in 1992 and is headquartered in San Leandro, US

Energy Recovery Office Locations

Energy Recovery has an office in San Leandro
San Leandro, US (HQ)
1717 Doolittle Dr

Energy Recovery Data and Metrics

Energy Recovery Financial Metrics

Energy Recovery's revenue was reported to be $43.7 m in FY, 2015
USD

Net income (Q1, 2017)

(433 k)

EBIT (Q1, 2017)

(627 k)

Market capitalization (18-Aug-2017)

337 m

Cash (31-Mar-2017)

58.7 m
Energy Recovery's current market capitalization is $337 m.
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Revenue

43 m30.4 m43.7 m

Revenue growth, %

(29%)44%

Cost of goods sold

17.3 m13.7 m

Gross profit

25.7 m16.7 m24.6 m

Gross profit Margin, %

60%55%56%

Sales and marketing expense

9.1 m

R&D expense

10.1 m

General and administrative expense

16.6 m

Operating expense total

28.6 m35.2 m37.4 m36.5 m

EBIT

(2.9 m)(18.5 m)(11.8 m)357 k

EBIT margin, %

(7%)(61%)(27%)

Interest expense

6 k(3 k)

Pre tax profit

(2.8 m)(18.4 m)644 k

Income tax expense

327 k291 k(390 k)

Net Income

(3.1 m)(18.7 m)(11.6 m)1 m
USDQ2, 2014Q3, 2014Q1, 2015Q2, 2015Q3, 2015Q1, 2016Q2, 2016Q3, 2016Q1, 2017

Revenue

6.4 m5.3 m5.9 m10.5 m12.1 m

Cost of goods sold

3.3 m3 m2.5 m4.8 m4.9 m

Gross profit

3.1 m2.3 m3.3 m5.6 m7.2 m

Gross profit Margin, %

48%44%57%54%59%

Sales and marketing expense

2.7 m2.4 m2.4 m2 m2.2 m2.1 b1.9 b2.5 b2.5 m

R&D expense

1.7 m2.1 m2.5 m1.4 m1.5 m2.7 b2.4 b2.3 b2.5 m

General and administrative expense

3 m3.1 m6.3 m5.4 m3.6 m4.9 b4 b4 b4.4 m

Operating expense total

7.4 m7.6 m11.2 m8.8 m7.3 m9.6 b8.3 b8.8 b9.4 m

EBIT

(4.6 m)(5.4 m)(8.1 m)(3.3 m)(254 k)(2.1 b)480 m(654 m)(627 k)

EBIT margin, %

(71%)(102%)(138%)(31%)(2%)

Interest expense

(40 k)(40 k)(40 k)(1 m)(1 m)(1 k)

Pre tax profit

(4.6 m)(5.4 m)(8.2 m)(3.3 m)(302 k)(2.2 b)559 m(576 m)(510 k)

Income tax expense

58 k63 k71 k71 k38 k(205 m)103 m3 m(77 k)

Net Income

(4.6 m)(5.5 m)(8.3 m)(3.3 m)(340 k)(2 b)456 m(579 m)(433 k)
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Cash

14.4 m15.5 m99.9 m61.4 m

Inventories

5 m8.2 m6.5 m4.6 m

Current Assets

51.9 m53.2 m123.5 m122.4 m

PP&E

13.9 m13.2 m10.6 m8.6 m

Goodwill

12.8 m12.8 m12.8 m12.8 m

Total Assets

101.9 m85.9 m151.8 m149.1 m

Accounts Payable

1.2 m1.8 m1.9 m1.5 m

Total Debt

11 k

Current Liabilities

10.7 m11.5 m16 m17.2 m

Total Liabilities

83.9 m

Additional Paid-in Capital

119.9 m124.4 m129.8 m139.7 m

Retained Earnings

(29 m)(47.7 m)(59.3 m)(58.3 m)

Total Equity

63.7 m65.1 m

Debt to Equity Ratio

0 x

Debt to Assets Ratio

0 x

Financial Leverage

2.4 x2.3 x
USDQ2, 2014Q3, 2014Q1, 2015Q2, 2015Q3, 2015Q1, 2016Q2, 2016Q3, 2016Q1, 2017

Cash

16.4 m17.4 m20.4 m18.1 m21.5 m96.5 m79 m80.7 m58.7 m

Inventories

9.6 m10.2 m9.3 m9.7 m8.9 m6.7 m6.2 m5.8 m4.8 m

Current Assets

55.2 m52.5 m48.1 m43.8 m43.8 m116.7 m112.6 m113.2 m122.1 m

Goodwill

12.8 m12.8 m12.8 m12.8 m12.8 m12.8 m12.8 m12.8 m12.8 m

Total Assets

93.8 m86 m79.3 m74 m73.2 m144.7 m141.4 m141.5 m148.2 m

Accounts Payable

1.8 m1.3 m2 m2.4 m1.7 m2.6 m1.5 m1.8 m1.8 m

Current Liabilities

9.2 m8.4 m11.2 m9.2 m8.1 m13.6 m14 m15.1 m14 m

Additional Paid-in Capital

122.3 m122.7 m125.8 m127.8 m128.6 m132.5 m134.2 m136.1 m143.6 m

Retained Earnings

(37.3 m)(42.8 m)(56 m)(59.3 m)(59.6 m)(61.3 m)(60.8 m)(61.4 m)(58.7 m)

Total Equity

61.7 m62.1 m60.2 m58.1 m58.4 m68.7 m

Financial Leverage

1.2 x1.2 x2.4 x2.4 x2.4 x2.2 x
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Net Income

(3.1 m)(18.7 m)(11.6 m)1 m

Depreciation and Amortization

921 k842 k635 k631 k

Accounts Receivable

(2 m)4 m(743 k)(244 k)

Inventories

(117 k)(3.6 m)2 m2.3 m

Accounts Payable

(866 k)628 k48 k(360 k)

Cash From Operating Activities

2.1 m(3.7 m)69.1 m5 m

Capital Expenditures

(1.1 m)(2.6 m)(572 k)(1.1 m)

Cash From Investing Activities

(4.9 m)6.5 m14 m(40.7 m)

Long-term Borrowings

(85 k)(7 k)(10 k)

Cash From Financing Activities

486 k(1.8 m)1.4 m(2.8 m)

Interest Paid

1 k1 k42 k3 k

Income Taxes Paid

22 k35 k24 k51 k

Free Cash Flow

3.2 m(1.2 m)69.6 m3.9 m
USDQ2, 2014Q3, 2014Q1, 2015Q2, 2015Q3, 2015Q1, 2016Q2, 2016Q3, 2016Q1, 2017

Net Income

(4.6 m)(5.5 m)(8.3 m)(3.3 m)(340 k)(2 b)456 m(579 m)(433 k)

Depreciation and Amortization

216 k159 k158 k159 k157 m158 m158 m158 k

Inventories

9.6 m10.2 m9.3 m9.7 m8.9 m6.7 m6.2 m5.8 m4.8 m

Accounts Payable

1.8 m1.3 m2 m2.4 m1.7 m2.6 m1.5 m1.8 m1.8 m
Y, 2017

Financial Leverage

2.2 x

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