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Warren Buffett's investment affirms that solar is the clear winner on costs.
The pending Entergy-ITC deal presents some concerns, but for now the shares remain well-bid.
Here's how power markets cope with the lack of transmission lines.
Nat-gas price moves will have different effects on each of the three major power producers.
For investors, it should be clear there is no such thing as a national grid.
Let's give all domestic energy sources the same incentives.
In the face of energy substitution and efficiency, some are selling or retiring assets.
The utility's reliance on hedging to bolster results makes this a speculative investment at best.
The Arms index is very overbought, and the volatility index shows complacency.
How understanding three unexpected events in the energy sector experienced in 2012 can make you a better investor in 2013.
Solar and nuclear powered cost leaders will win when mid-market participants, mostly using coal and cheap natural gas, are gone.
The company is taking a risk by staying in RTOs -- but that risk may yet pay off.
Plants that cannot produce power economically are liabilities, not assets.
Summer usage was down from 2011 levels, and this could ding utilities' quarters.
In deregulated markets, speculating on pricing power is a gamble.
Energy deliverers have a demanding consumer base and motivated regulators, often with little exposure to commodity prices.
After the company's deal with ITC, shareholders would receive an additional stream of dividends.
Energy efficiency will become the prime tool for power grids to manage energy delivery.