2013 was an enormous growth year for solar -- but not everyone's in on it.
Utilities added on a whopping 4,200 MW of solar capacity in 2013.
Let's see what the numbers say about Consolidated Edison (ED).
The energy sector is changing fast -- and some companies can't keep up.
The two utilities even out renewable energy risk and reward.
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While utility stocks have never won any prizes for excitement, some investors sure like those dividends. Check out the Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF, which contains solid utilities stocks like Southern Company, Pacific Gas & Electric Company, and Public Service Enterprise Group.
Coal is out and natural gas is in. It's as seemingly simple as that. But companies are shifting strategies differently, and investors need to understand where their investments are headed.
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How does Dominion Resources compare to Exelon, Southern Company, and TECO Energy?