Infrastructure

News that NextEra Energy is interested in acquiring Duke Energy opens the door for more potential mergers in the industry.
Duke Energy reportedly has received and rebuffed an overture from NextEra Energy to merge. Could it pass regulatory scrutiny?
While the days of huge capital gains are long over, it now makes sense for income-starved investors to look again at the utility sector. These four top stocks come with dependable and safe dividends,...
NextEra Energy Inc. (NYSE: NEE) has created some buzz around its stock on the heels of announcing a 4-for-1 stock split. While stock splits do not technically create anything real value in the...
People assume that fires, particularly the recent ones in California and Oregon, are larger than any in the past and perhaps more deadly. Neither is true.
Presidential candidate Joe Biden's plan for modernizing U.S. infrastructure includes a goal of net-zero carbon emissions from the electricity generating sector by 2050.
If Joe Biden is elected in November, he has promised to spend some $2 trillion to repair the country's roads, bridges and other infrastructure. These six companies provide the materials for...
Here are 10 companies that Morgan Stanley thinks will benefit from developing new hydrogen capacity or from developing the cheaper renewable energy that will drive the push toward hydrogen fuel.
Goldman Sachs just conferred its Conviction Buy rating on three utility stocks, one a yieldco and the others electricity and natural gas suppliers. Here's a look at all three.
These six top REIT picks from Jefferies analysts all have solid total return potential and, perhaps best of all, offer a degree of safety going forward. They make sense for investors looking to move...
One man is against anything that is tied to corruption or reputational challenges of the sort FirstEnergy faces, and that man is Warren Buffett.
Though unnamed in the documents, Ohio power generator FirstEnergy is believed to be behind some $60 million in bribes to five Ohio men, including the Speaker of the State House of Representatives.
Investors are willing to pay up handily for water. Essential Utilities may be the last cheap stock for investors who want to own a major water utility stock.
Publicly traded water supply and services companies offer investors a safe, if not glamorous, sector that pays more interest than a savings or money market account.
Utility companies are among the favorite defensive investments during periods of financial turmoil. Utilities may have even more value to investors as the world struggles to escape from the COVID-19...