|Day Low/High||85.78 / 88.27|
|52 Wk Low/High||75.19 / 135.55|
New England still relies on oil for electric power, and that raises rates for everybody.
Declining market prices are pushing some nuclear plants toward early retirement.
Warren Buffett's investment affirms that solar is the clear winner on costs.
The Tennessee Valley Authority's unique regulatory structure makes it too difficult to sell.
The pending Entergy-ITC deal presents some concerns, but for now the shares remain well-bid.
An accident at a power plant could lead to a selloff that creates an opportunity.
In the face of energy substitution and efficiency, some are selling or retiring assets.
As the Superdome lights came back on, I saw an elegant design in action.
Solar and nuclear powered cost leaders will win when mid-market participants, mostly using coal and cheap natural gas, are gone.
Summer usage was down from 2011 levels, and this could ding utilities' quarters.
In deregulated markets, speculating on pricing power is a gamble.
After the company's deal with ITC, shareholders would receive an additional stream of dividends.
But it's still the most cost effective thermal power source in the industry.
Indian Point in the New York City region has its critics, but the alternatives have serious drawbacks.
Adding new power plants cannot materially help our nation reach energy independence.
These seven energy providers aim to cut costs by pooling their knowledge and resources.
But the NRC's order will actually have little impact on the power industry.