NextEra Energy, Inc. (NEE)

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Shares Outstanding 489.65B
Market Cap 145.76B
P/E Ratio 41.23
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The Markets Will Decide

The Markets Will Decide

The markets will become the deciding factor for most utilities.

Utilities Regroup to Cope With Nuclear's Costs

Utilities Regroup to Cope With Nuclear's Costs

As Entergy shutters a plant, Southern overhauls financial terms for a Georgia facility.

Bearish Setups Easier to Find

Bearish Setups Easier to Find

One or two flat days or even small bounces may create some good downside opportunities.

American Electric Power Needs Some Ideas

American Electric Power Needs Some Ideas

The company's uncompetitive power plants are a dead weight.

Four Impediments for Coal

Four Impediments for Coal

Energy companies steering away from inefficient, dirty fuel.

A Solar-Power Reawakening

A Solar-Power Reawakening

Some of the nuts and bolts as solar gets a fresh look in the U.S.

The President's Speech

The President's Speech

Whatever Obama says, change will come slowly and in small pieces.

Tables Turning for Natural Gas

Tables Turning for Natural Gas

As prices rise, winners and losers switch places.

Solar Stocks More Sizzle Than Pork

Solar Stocks More Sizzle Than Pork

The fundamentals are weak and their growth appears unsustainable.

Nuclear Dominoes Are Falling

Nuclear Dominoes Are Falling

Declining market prices are pushing some nuclear plants toward early retirement.

Solar Scores a Big Win Over Nuclear

Solar Scores a Big Win Over Nuclear

Warren Buffett's investment affirms that solar is the clear winner on costs.

New Nukes in Florida a Win-Win

New Nukes in Florida a Win-Win

Uprating existing plants adds 500mw to energy grid. 

The TVA Isn't Going Anywhere

The TVA Isn't Going Anywhere

The Tennessee Valley Authority's unique regulatory structure makes it too difficult to sell.

Three Forces Squeezing Energy Profits

Three Forces Squeezing Energy Profits

Energy efficiency will become a major competitor.

Solar's Baaaaack

Solar's Baaaaack

Dan Dicker talks with Jim Cramer about the short squeeze move of First Solar on Tuesday and whether it signals the return of the solar trade

Solar Getting Its Time in the Sun

Solar Getting Its Time in the Sun

Power-plant owners, not the panel makers, are in the prime spot.

NextEra Energy upgraded at KeyBanc

Energy Opportunities in the Looming Sequester

Energy Opportunities in the Looming Sequester

Let's give all domestic energy sources the same incentives.

Don't Fight a Losing Battle

Don't Fight a Losing Battle

The current is clearly running toward more energy-efficient technology.

How Utilities Are Coping With Disruption

How Utilities Are Coping With Disruption

In the face of energy substitution and efficiency, some are selling or retiring assets.

Exelon Hedges About the Future

Exelon Hedges About the Future

The utility's reliance on hedging to bolster results makes this a speculative investment at best.

Duke's Credibility Gap

Duke's Credibility Gap

Having lost the confidence of regulators and the public it serves, the utility's future is uncertain.

Pardon Me, Can You Spare Some Gas?

Pardon Me, Can You Spare Some Gas?

There appear to be no pipeline options to supply New Englanders.

Trouble Is Brewing in Texas

A utility deregulation scheme has made it tougher to bring much-needed generating capacity to the state.

A Half-Baked Tax Credit

Congress is offering too little, too late for the wind-power industry.

Mid-Market Generators Are Gambling on Coal

Mid-Market Generators Are Gambling on Coal

Solar and nuclear powered cost leaders will win when mid-market participants, mostly using coal and cheap natural gas, are gone.

Energy Consumption Had a Surprising Dip

Energy Consumption Had a Surprising Dip

Summer usage was down from 2011 levels, and this could ding utilities' quarters.

Betting on Pike, Con Ed and Other Power Distributors

Betting on Pike, Con Ed and Other Power Distributors

Energy deliverers have a demanding consumer base and motivated regulators, often with little exposure to commodity prices.

An Exelon Surprise

An Exelon Surprise

The energy company goes speculative.