These stocks should continue to deliver after a double-digit run-up in 2019.
News & Analysis: Xcel Energy
It seems few supporters of low- and zero-carbon technologies are happy with the tax-credit extensions proposed by Congress. What about investors?
The latest progress report on global emissions reduction efforts showed there's a lot room for improvement, but the United States is doing its part.
This trio of renewable energy companies offers investors low-risk growth in the sector.
The company's operations in New Mexico and Texas have been responsible for all earnings growth in 2019. Investors can thank the oil and gas industry.
XEL earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2019.
American Electric Power is one of the largest utility holding companies in the United States, but it's lagging behind its peers in renewable energy.
Several utilities announced ambitious goals to reduce their impact on the environment.
This long-term trend should give these companies the power to keep paying dividends for decades to come.
Between them, they are responsible for 24,000 megawatts of wind power capacity -- 25% of the U.S. total.