The recent decision from the EPA to regulate carbon emissions will likely lead to some heated debate in the political aisles of Washington and might potentially make some cable news pundit's head explode. As investors, though, it's more important to identify how this will impact companies and their future prospects. Some of the logical connections are easy, even an elementary school kid can see why this would be good for alternative energy companies. However, two companies that may not be thought of as winners from the EPA decision are Exelon (NYSE:EXC) and General Electric (NYSE:GE)
Find out what connection can be made between Exelon, GE, and the regulation of carbon emissions and how it will imapct these two companies in the long term by tuning into the video below.
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