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Policymakers may pay generators to hold on to nuclear and upgrade coal.
As an investor, you don't need a weatherman to know which way earnings will go.
Its regulated operations are stable, and its merchant utility business is bottoming out.
Nuclear power gets a boost while coal and natural gas get punished.
By targeting 'tall poppies,' the regulator may be simply shifting the problem.
Customers are demanding more reliability and consuming less power.
Prices are not, in fact, spiking for most Americans.
This isn't a big deal -- and, in fact, it will create some winners
Capital investment rules seem flawed for deregulated generators.
Behind Entergy press release, Pilgrim closure will follow Vermont Yankee without FERC changes.
The Department of Defense continues to be a leader in energy innovation.
Expect unintended outcomes if the U.S. exits too quickly from coal.