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Despite geopolitical troubles, North America is essentially energy independent.
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.
The EPA's proposed rules take aim at all carbon producers, including natural gas.
The EPA's rules are neither as bad as some feared or as good as some hoped.
NRG could easily swallow SolarCity and suck cash from sun panels.
FERC Commissioner Philip Moeller says its Order 1000 is trying to create a more competitive market place for the building of transmission.
Strong and weak sectors. By Ed Ponsi Interest-rate-sensitive utilities are looking strong off of the open. Dominion Resources (D) and The Southern Company (SO) are both up by over 2%, which represents a huge move for these normally boring names. Ene...
Solar power has competitive advantages no other energy source can claim.