Author: Vineet Kulkarni

Vineet Kulkarni joined Market Realist in 2015. He covers utilities, MLPs, and the renewable energy space.

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Williams Companies stock fell for the seventh consecutive day on Wednesday and closed almost at an 11-month low. Midstream stocks are trading weak.

The strong sell-off continues in Energy Transfer (ET) stock. The stock lost another 4% and closed at its three-year low of $11.16 on Wednesday.

Musk expects Tesla's solar segment to be even bigger than its EV business in the future. However, will Tesla Solar be as successful as Model 3?

Since reaching an all-time high in August, Enphase Energy stock has almost halved in value. However, its recent quarterly earnings weren't so bad.

The biggest utility stock by market capitalization, NextEra, has soared almost 30% year-to-date, while the third-biggest, Dominion, has risen only 11%.

Southern Company (SO), the top regulated utility, declared a quarterly dividend of $0.62 per share last month. The ex-date for the dividends is Friday.

The wild swings continued in PG&E stock yesterday. The stock gained another 13%. The company has come up with a compensation plan for wildfire victims.

Energy Transfer stock fell below $12 yesterday. Once again, the company's strong earnings results, released November 6, didn't boost the stock.

SunPower announced its plans to spin-off businesses into global solar panel manufacturing and US distributed solar generation and storage.

PG&E reported a net loss of $1.6 billion during Q3, mainly driven by $2.5 billion pretax charges for claims related to the 2017 and 2018 wildfires.