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The regulator's latest rules are about to cut off the utility industry's legs and head.
A proposed rule is bad policy for safe, economical and reliable power generation.
Does the power company have the wherewithal to build a new nuclear power plant once it gets regulatory approval?
Small module reactors offer an easier path for most utilities to adopt new nuclear technologies.
Few politicians understand the fundamental principles of energy production, delivery or consumption.
Many blame excessive federal regulation, but the main culprit is low natural gas prices.
The cost and schedule of building the nation's first generation-III nuclear power plant will be difficult to achieve.
Congress has approved construction for much-needed, nuclear plants, but it needs to clean up its underlying energy policies.
James Wong, portfolio manager for the Payden Value Leaders fund, names his favorite high yield stocks including Altria, Enbridge Energy and Philip Morris.
Don't be too quick to write off the future of nuclear energy until there's a viable replacement.
These companies are often considered boring, but their steady yield is becoming more valuable.
SMRs can produce safe, economic and reliable power to serve the grid's base load at a more affordable price.
AES, which has taken great strides to take care of its shareholders, is once again able to deliver bottom-line results.
Those who would do away with the DOE have no idea what it really does.
Two companies seek U.S. design certification, but nearly all the construction is happening overseas.
The electricity producer is taking a surprising turn by joining a regional transmission organization.
Let's take full advantage of this rip-roaring rally in our dividend-capture strategy.
Despite contracts for two new nuclear plants, the stock is having a meltdown.
Here's a look at where the top three GOP candidates stand on this fundamentally important issue -- and what they need to understand about it.
Solyndra's management, employees and the American public all lose from the company's bankruptcy.
An insurance policy should cover most of the quake damage and outage at a Virginia nuclear plant.
This "boring" sector is showing better action than the market and many names often pay dividends.
Here is my trading scorecard for the calls I made during the month of August.