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But it's still the most cost effective thermal power source in the industry.
The nation is culling inefficient electricity generating capacity, but the company's long-term margins should improve.
It may not lead to lower gasoline prices but it will provide more jobs, add to state and local tax bases and help balance international trade.
Power producers' peak profits are threatened more by programs that cut usage and pricing than by wind or solar.
But congested transmission lines are actually hurting this nuclear power company more than wind power plants.
Exelon's huge competitive advantages and generous payout makes it a boon for long-term holders.
Adding new power plants cannot materially help our nation reach energy independence.
The American economy may be inching along but a slowdown overseas threatens the U.S. That's the worry of tonight's Market Monitor. He's Alan Lancz, Director of Research at LanczGlobal.com.
Unhappy customers often have recourse to an extreme measure: municipalization.
These seven energy providers aim to cut costs by pooling their knowledge and resources.
As natural gas prices drift upward, power producers are returning to king coal.
Duke Energy shows us that even in this safe sector, stock-picking is essential.
The dividend-yield trade is getting crowded, P/Es are high, and regulators can be wild cards.
How Duke's board deals with its self-inflicted crisis will determine the company's future.
Companies must fix systemwide damage first, frustrating customers.
Exelon stock has lagged behind its brethren, but a closer look reveals truly impressive strategic maneuvering.
Few politicians understand the fundamental principles of energy production, delivery or consumption.
After struggling at earlier levels, NYSE and Nasdaq stocks were poised for further gains on Wednesday's upswing.