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The region is low on natural resources, power plants and transmission lines.
Water supplies are dwindling, while demand is on the rise. 
Its regulated operations are stable, and its merchant utility business is bottoming out.
As the mercury rises, so does profit.
States have far more sway than Washington does.
The market is correcting the excess that developed in the last week.
Nuclear power gets a boost while coal and natural gas get punished.
The EPA's proposed rules take aim at all carbon producers, including natural gas.
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