Washington, D.C. 20549

Form 6-K

Report of Foreign Private Issuer
Pursuant to Rule 13a-16 or 15d-16 of
the Securities Exchange Act of 1934

For the month of August 2021

Commission File Number: 001-35400

Just Energy Group Inc.
(Translation of registrant's name into English)

100 King Street West, Suite 2630
Toronto, Ontario M5X 1E1

(Address of principal executive office)

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On August 16, 2021, the Registrant issued a press release, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit 99.1 and is incorporated herein by reference.

(c) Exhibit 99.1. Press release dated August 16, 2021


Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto duly authorized.

 Just Energy Group Inc.
Date: August 16, 2021By: /s/ Jonah T. Davids        
 Name:Jonah T. Davids
 Title:EVP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary


Just Energy Reports Fiscal First Quarter 2022 Results

TORONTO, Aug. 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Just Energy Group Inc. (“Just Energy” or the “Company”) (TSXV:JE; OTC:JENGQ), a retail energy provider specializing in electricity and natural gas commodities and bringing energy efficient solutions, carbon offsets and renewable energy options to customers announced its first quarter results for fiscal year 2022.

“Although the Company continues to see the impacts of the loss of customers last year in our financial results, our Q1 FY 2022 sales continue to validate our strategy as our mass markets RCE additions grew to 81,000 compared to 66,000 in Q4 FY 2021. We continue to see results from our increased investment in digital marketing as well as rebuilding our face-to-face retail channel following the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Scott Gahn, Just Energy’s President and Chief Executive Officer.

“Our operational performance during the first quarter demonstrates our continued commitment to our customers, employees, partners, and our pursuit of growth in key markets”, added Mr. Gahn, continuing, “we are also continuing to work closely with our valued stakeholders towards a successful restructuring plan.”

First Quarter FY 2022 Performance

Fiscal First Quarter Financial Highlights:  
For the three months ended June 30   
$ in thousands, except customer dataFiscal 2022Fiscal 2021Change
Base gross margin1$99,617$136,279-27%
Base EBITDA1$23,021$40,479-43%
Unlevered free cash flow 1$7,610$21,897-65%
Total liquidity$184,271$80,540229%
RCE Mass Markets count1,127,0001,261,000-11%
RCE Commercial count1,734,0001,922,000-10%

1 See “Non-IFRS financial measures” in the MD&A

Fiscal First Quarter Expense Detail: 
For the three months ended June 30   
($ thousands)Fiscal 2022Fiscal 2021Change
Administrative expenses1$29,770$39,953-25%
Selling commission expenses$25,294$35,979-30%
Selling non-commission and marketing expense$14,378$10,98131%
Bad debt expense$7,418$11,940-38%

1 Includes $3.6 million of Strategic Review costs for the first quarter of fiscal 2021.

Mass Markets Segment Performance

Operating Highlights:
For the three months ended June 30
 Fiscal 2022Fiscal 2021Change
Mass Markets gross margin on added/renewed$239/RCE$273/RCE-12%
Embedded gross margin1 ($ millions)$1,017$1,204-15%
Total gross (RCE) additions81,00019,000326%
Attrition (trailing 12 months)18%22%-18%
Renewals (trailing 12 months)76%72%6%

1See “Non-IFRS financial measures” in the MD&A

Mass Markets RCE Summary:

 4/1/2021AdditionsAttritionFailed to

Total Mass Markets RCEs1,133,00081,000(63,000)(24,000)1,127,000-1%

Commercial Segment Performance

Operating Highlights:
For the three months ended June 30    
 Fiscal 2022Fiscal 2021Change
Commercial gross margin on added/renewed$86/RCE$36/RCE139%
Embedded gross margin1 ($ millions)$333$439-24%
Total gross commercial (RCE) additions43,00026,00065%
Attrition (trailing 12 months)9%12%-25%
Renewals (trailing 12 months)49%55%-11%

1See “Non-IFRS financial measures” in the MD&A

Commercial RCE Summary:

 4/1/2021AdditionsAttritionFailed to

Total Commercial RCEs1,827,00043,000(24,000)(112,000)1,734,000-5%

About Just Energy Group Inc.

Just Energy is a retail energy provider specializing in electricity and natural gas commodities and bringing energy efficient solutions, carbon offsets and renewable energy options to customers. Currently operating in the United States and Canada, Just Energy serves residential and commercial customers. Just Energy is the parent company of Amigo Energy, Filter Group Inc., Hudson Energy, Interactive Energy Group, Tara Energy, and terrapass. Visit https://investors.justenergy.com to learn more.


This press release may contain forward-looking statements, including, without limitation, statements with respect to increased investment in digital marketing, rebuilding the Company’s face-to-face retail channel following the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and working closely with the Company’s stakeholders towards a successful restructuring plan. These statements are based on current expectations that involve several risks and uncertainties which could cause actual results to differ from those anticipated. These risks include, but are not limited to, risks with respect to the decisions to be made by the Public Utility Commission of Texas (the “Commission”) in connection with Texas House Bill HB 4492 regarding financing mechanisms to recover certain costs incurred during the February 2021 extreme weather event in Texas (the “Weather Event”), and any potential litigation with respect to such financing mechanism potentially established by the Commission; the ability of the Company to continue as a going concern; the outcome of proceedings under the CCAA proceedings with respect to the Company and similar legislation in the United States; the outcome of any legislative or regulatory actions with respect to the Weather Event; the outcome of any invoice dispute with the Electric Reliability Council of Texas ; the outcome of potential litigation in connection with the Weather Event; the quantum of the financial loss to the Company from the Weather Event and its impact on the Company’s liquidity; the Company’s discussions with key stakeholders regarding the Weather Event and the CCAA proceedings and the outcome thereof; the impact of the evolving COVID-19 pandemic on the Company’s business, operations and sales; reliance on suppliers; uncertainties relating to the ultimate spread, severity and duration of COVID-19 and related adverse effects on the economies and financial markets of countries in which the Company operates; the ability of the Company to successfully implement its business continuity plans with respect to the COVID-19 pandemic; the Company’s ability to access sufficient capital to provide liquidity to manage its cash flow requirements; general economic, business and market conditions; the ability of management to execute its business plan; levels of customer natural gas and electricity consumption; extreme weather conditions; rates of customer additions and renewals; customer credit risk; rates of customer attrition; fluctuations in natural gas and electricity prices; interest and exchange rates; actions taken by governmental authorities including energy marketing regulation; increases in taxes and changes in government regulations and incentive programs; changes in regulatory regimes; results of litigation and decisions by regulatory authorities; competition; and dependence on certain suppliers. Additional information on these and other factors that could affect Just Energy’s operations or financial results are included in Just Energy’s annual information form and other reports on file with Canadian securities regulatory authorities which can be accessed through the SEDAR website at www.sedar.com on the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s website at www.sec.gov or through Just Energy’s website at www.investors.justenergy.com. 


The financial measures such as “EBITDA”, “Base EBITDA, “Base gross margin”, “Free cash flow” “Unlevered free cash flow” and “Embedded gross margin” do not have a standardized meaning prescribed by International Financial Reporting Standards (“IFRS”) and may not be comparable to similar measures presented by other companies. This financial measure should not be considered as an alternative to, or more meaningful than, net income (loss), cash flow from operating activities and other measures of financial performance as determined in accordance with IFRS, but the Company believes that these measures are useful in providing relative operational profitability of the Company’s business. Please refer to “Key Terms” in the Just Energy Q1 Fiscal 2022’s Management’s Discussion and Analysis for the Company’s definition of “EBITDA” and other non-IFRS measures.

Neither the Toronto Stock Exchange nor the New York Stock Exchange has approved nor disapproved of the information contained herein.

Michael Carter
Chief Financial Officer
Just Energy


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Source: Just Energy Group Inc.



Supplemental Tables:

Financial and operating highlights
For the three months ended June 30   
(thousands of dollars, except where indicated)   
    % increase   
 Fiscal 2022 (decrease) Fiscal 2021
Sales$608,672 (11)% $685,964
Base gross margin1 99,617 (27)%  136,279
Administrative expenses2 29,770 (25)%  39,953
Selling commission expenses 25,294 (30)%  35,979
Selling non-commission and marketing expense 14,378 31%  10,981
Bad debt expense 7,418 (38)%  11,940
Reorganization costs 20,009 NMF3  -
Finance costs 12,913 (41)%  21,853
Profit from continuing operations 275,299 NMF3  82,098
Base EBITDA1 23,021 (43)%  40,479
Unlevered free cash flow1 7,610 (65)%  21,897
EGM Mass Market 1,017,300 (15)%  1,203,800
EGM Commercial 332,500 (24)%  438,700
RCE Mass Markets count 1,127,000 (11)%  1,261,000
RCE Commercial count 1,734,000 (10)%  1,922,000

1 See “Non-IFRS financial measures” in the MD&A.
2 Includes $3.6 million of Strategic Review costs for the first quarter of fiscal 2021.
3 Not a meaningful figure.


Balance sheet

(thousands of dollars)

 As at  As at
 6/30/2021  3/31/2021
Cash$184,271 $215,989
Trade and other receivables, net 365,766  340,201
Total fair value of derivative financial assets 270,755  35,626
Other current assets 148,826  163,405
Total assets 1,311,278  1,091,806
Trade and other payables$945,977 $921,595
Total fair value of derivative financial liabilities 19,338  75,146
Total debt 623,186  655,740
Total liabilities 1,622,815  1,686,628

For the three months ended June 30     
(thousands of dollars)     
 Fiscal 2022 Fiscal 2021
Operating activities from continuing operations$(1,314) $10,649
Investing activities from continuing operations (1,809)  (1,686)
Financing activities from continuing operations (26,234)  (14,353)
Effect of foreign currency translation (2,361)  (697)
Decrease in cash (31,718)  (6,087)
Cash and cash equivalents – beginning of period 215,989  26,093
Cash and cash equivalents – end of period$184,271 $20,006