Let's face it, if you are in an industry where Google is pouring billions of dollars of capital, then there is probably something structurally wrong with the way you are doing business. That is where the utility space is right now, and Google isn't the only ones doing it, either. AT&T and Comcast -- companies you would never expect to be involved in energy -- see a major opportunity becoming your electricity provider, and are teaming up with wholesale power generators like NRG Energy (NYSE:NRG) to make it happen.
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