Utilities

Renewables

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The renewable industry includes companies that engage in the production, generation, or transmission of electric energy derived from renewable sources such as solar, hydro power, wind, geothermal, biomass, and tidal waves.

Industry’s Top Companies:

  • Constellation Energy
  • Brookfield Renewable Partners
  • Clearway Energy
  • Algonquin Power
  • Fluence Energy
  • ReNew Energy Global
  • Atlas Power

Regulated Electric

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The regulated electric industry includes companies that generate, transmit, or distribute electricity.

Industry’s Top Companies:

  • NextEra Energy
  • Duke Energy
  • The Southern Company
  • American Electric Power
  • Xcel Energy
  • PG&E
  • Consolidated Edison
  • WEC Energy Group
  • Eversource Energy
  • Fortis
  • Edison International
  • Ameren Corporation
  • PPL

Independent Power Producers

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The Independent Power Producers industry includes operators of electric generation facilities that sell power into retail markets.

Industry’s Top Companies:

  • Vistra Corp
  • NRG Energy
  • TransAlta Corporation

Regulated Gas

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The regulated gas industry refers to the production, transportation, and distribution of natural gas, which is a widely used fuel source for heating, cooking, and generating electricity. This industry is typically heavily regulated by government agencies to ensure the safe and efficient operation of gas facilities and to protect the environment and public health. The regulations governing the gas industry may cover a wide range of topics, including the construction and maintenance of pipelines, the handling and disposal of waste materials, and the monitoring and reporting of emissions.

Industry’s Top Companies:

  • CenterPoint Energy
  • Atmos Energy
  • NiSource
  • New Fortress Energy
  • UGI Corporation
  • Brookfield Infrastructure
  • Southwest Gas
  • ONE Gas
  • Spire
  • Chesapeake Utilities

Regulated Water

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The regulated water industry involves the production, treatment, and distribution of drinking water to consumers. This industry is typically subject to strict regulations to ensure the safety and quality of the water supply. The regulations may cover various aspects of the water industry, such as the sources of water used, the treatment processes employed, and the infrastructure used to deliver the water to consumers. In addition, the water industry is often required to regularly test and monitor the water for contaminants and to report the results to the appropriate government agencies. Overall, the goal of these regulations is to protect public health and the environment by ensuring that the water supply is safe and reliable.

Industry’s Top Companies:

  • American Water Works
  • Essential Utilities
  • American States Water
  • California Water Services
  • SJW Group
  • Middlesex Water
  • Aris Water Solutions

Diversified Utilities

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Diversified utilities are companies that generate, transmit, or distribute electricity and natural gas, and operate power generation facilities.

Industry’s Top Companies:

  • Sempra
  • Dominion Energy
  • National Grid
  • Exelon Corporation
  • Public Service Enterprise
  • Entergy Corporation
  • FirstEnergy
  • AES
  • Black Hills
  • South Jersey Industrials

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