After spending much of the past year at a four-star rank, EnergySolutions
With EnergySolutions' strong track record in the nuclear services market and global nuclear energy demand on the rise, CAPS members like the potential for the company to profit from the demand for its services. The company generated higher first-quarter revenue, helped in part by stimulus funds and strength in its federal services segment. And some customers in its commercial segment, which include major nuclear power plant owners Exelon
After several decades of no new nuclear power plants in the U.S., Southern
EnergySolutions gets most of its international revenue from the U.K., but many CAPS members are bullish on growth in other European and Asian markets, where the company is expanding its presence. With Asia stepping up its nuclear ambitions and the U.S. making progress toward a nuclear future, investors like where EnergySolutions is headed.
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Fool contributor Dave Mock recently upgraded his tiddlywinks aptitude from dismal to passable. He doesn't own shares of companies mentioned here. Exelon is an Inside Value choice. Duke Energy and Southern are Income Investor selections. Motley Fool Options has recommended a write puts position on Exelon. The Fool owns shares of EnergySolutions. The Fool's disclosure policy drinks responsibly and never rambles on while intoxicated.