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Utilities - Multiline Companies

Industry Peers Overview Table
Company sortableMarket Cap sortableP/E Ratio (TTM) sortableEPS Growth (5yr) sortable
United StatesAEE
Ameren Corp
23.8B
23.6x
+7.45%
United StatesAVA
Avista Corp
3.2B
21.2x
-0.42%
United StatesCNP
CenterPoint Energy Inc
19.2B
21.2x
-1.17%
United StatesCMS
CMS Energy Corp
20.0B
27.5x
+4.00%
United StatesMDU
MDU Resources Group Inc
5.6B
15.7x
+9.45%
United StatesNI
NiSource Inc
12.2B
19.8x
+4.38%
United StatesPPL
PPL Corp
20.4B
203.7x
-61.49%
United StatesSRE
Sempra Energy
48.3B
48.6x
-5.99%
United StatesUTL
Unitil Corp
977.9M
25.1x
+3.90%
United StatesVEOEY
Veolia Environnement SA
17.3B
35.1x
-1.29%
United StatesBKH
Black Hills Corp
4.9B
18.8x
+7.75%
United StatesEONGY
E ON SE
22.7B
4.5x
-8.22%
United StatesGNE
Genie Energy Ltd
230.8M
5.5x
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United StatesNGG
National Grid PLC
47.6B
18.2x
+2.93%
United StatesRWEOY
RWE AG
26.2B
12.6x
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United StatesPEG
Public Service Enterprise Group Inc
32.3B
-25.1x
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As of 2022-07-03

Utilities - Multiline

The Utilities - Multiline industry consists of utilities that primarily produce and distribute electric power and natural gas. The industry includes utility companies with significant operations in multiple utility operations consisting of electric, natural gas, water and other regulated utility operations.

Company Strategies

Companies that have maintained their dividend in the face of falling share price lead to high dividend yields. Attention should be paid to the sustainability of these future payments. Generally companies with high dividend yields are mature, stable companies.

Company Strategies Table
CompanyDividend Yield
United StatesNGG
National Grid plc (ADR)
4.93%
United StatesAVA
Avista Corp
3.93%
United StatesGNE
Genie Energy Ltd
3.41%
United StatesPEG
Public Service Enterprise Group Inc.
3.34%
United StatesPPL
PPL Corp
3.24%
At 2022-07-03 10:39 PM ET Data delayed at least 15 minutes.