Heading into Q1 earnings reporting season, the big question for electric utilities was how big a hit COVID-19 fallout would deliver to demand for power. Now we have answers from first reporter NextEra Energy (NYSE: NEE).
AT&T Inc’s (NYSE: T) Q1 results answer two key questions about COVID-19 fallout and the telecom giant's resiliency.
Before COVID-19, renewable energy was a bona fide, red-hot global investment theme. But the prospect of a deep recession has caused many consumers to reconsider making big purchases like rooftop solar systems.
Around the world, people are staying home to combat the deadly spread of COVID-19. That’s catastrophic for certain industries but, as always in capitalism, there are also winners.
Earlier this month, the buyout of the former Pattern Energy appeared headed for failure. But then came the COVID-19 market crash, and everything changed.
Despite the indiscriminate selling of the past few days, these two companies are well-positioned to weather this latest phase of the midstream stress test. Here's why.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) isn’t finished inflicting pain and suffering, particularly on China, and the global economic cost is only beginning to be felt. But one Chinese industry seems to still be moving full-steam ahead.
Cable companies still enjoy success in the B2B market. But these results raise a critical question for the rest of US communications: Who are they taking commercial customers from?
Wholesale political shifts have historically posed great risks for utilities. But despite early concerns, Conservative Income Portfolio holding Dominion Energy (NYSE: D) is apparently faring quite well and scoring big wins
5-G communications networks promise to unlock a whole host of previously unimaginable applications as they’re rolled out over the next several years, and telecoms around the world are claiming a “lead” over rivals in the race to deploy them.
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