Publicly Traded Large-Cap Electric UtilitiesU.S. Exchanges
List of Publicly Traded Large-Cap Electric Utilities Listed on Major U.S. Exchanges
The companies on this list are large-cap utilities that provide electricity service to tens of millions of customers throughout the United States. Through their subsidiaries, most of these companies offer their service to a specific region or a state but there are examples like The AES Corporation who are global service providers. It is common for these companies to have between 17,000 and 35,000 megawatts of generating capacity. It should be noted some of the larger companies exceed that capacity and some of the smaller state-focused companies fall below that range.
The means in which companies generate their power is quite diverse, even within the same company. It is not uncommon for the same company to generate power from more than one source which can include biomass, fossil, hydro, natural gas, solar, wind and nuclear sources.
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Electric Utilities: Large-Cap Stocks
American Electric Power Company, Inc. (AEP) (Service provided in the Southeast and Midwest Regions)
Edison International (EIX) (Service provided in California)
Entergy Corporation (ETR) (Service provided in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas)
FirstEnergy Corporation (FE) (Service provided in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic Regions)
NextEra Energy, Inc. (NEE) (Service provided in Florida; also operates commercial nuclear power units in Florida, New Hampshire, Iowa and Wisconsin)
Southern Company (The) (SO) (Service provided in the Southeast region; Nuclear Units)