Public Service Enterprise Group Inc

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    Southern Company Focuses on This for Revenue Growth

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    PEG Raised Dividends in 2015, but Forward Dividend Yield Is Flat

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    Transmission May Account for 50% of PEG’s Future Capital Spending

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    Where do First Energy’s valuation multiples stand against its peers?

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    Investors should be cautious of First Energy’s rising debt levels

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    First Energy’s revenue mainly from regulated T&D

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    Exelon (EXC) split its generation business and its utility business. This means Exelon’s utility subsidiaries’ function is limited to the transmission and delivery of electricity.

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