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U.S. markets ended Wednesday close to where they started the day, pretty much flat.
Its power fleet uses a higher percentage of coal, but efficiency makes the difference.
Its regulated operations are stable, and its merchant utility business is bottoming out.
Enthusiasts are lining up on one side, and fundamental investors on the other.
NRG could easily swallow SolarCity and suck cash from sun panels.
A merger would make sense, but it would have to clear some high hurdles.
To continue our discussion, here's the outlook for renewable energy and batteries.
I have only heard fear mongering and anti-historical diatribes.
By targeting 'tall poppies,' the regulator may be simply shifting the problem.
Power plant deregulation may spur massive impairments and write-downs.
FERC Commissioner Philip Moeller says its Order 1000 is trying to create a more competitive market place for the building of transmission.
Interstate pipelines supply nearly every metropolitan area with fuel and power.
Solar power has competitive advantages no other energy source can claim.
Numerous state laws mean built-in solar demand for the next decade