Schneider Electric reported on Thursday its first quarter results with revenue growth of 9 percent at 6.31 billion euros, above consensus of 6.13 billion euros. » Read More
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday released a wildfire report that slams PG&E for its role in major blazes and suggests the state could push to break up the utility. » Read More
By: Thomas Franck
Morgan Stanley's strategists see outperformance in stocks that behave like bonds as yields — and economic forecasts — continue to recede. » Read More
Creditors of PG&E, including Elliott Management and Pacific Investment Management Co. (Pimco), are proposing a $35 billion plan for the California power utility to emerge from bankruptcy within a year, Bloomberg reported late on Wednesday. » Read More
Economic slowdown jitters are driving investors to a sector that has little potential for gains, according to National Securities’ Art Hogan.
Wind, biomass and solar will be used to supply the company's customers.
The administration is granting Iraq a renewed 90-day waiver exempting it from U.S. sanctions on Iran, a State Department official told CNBC on Tuesday.
Two of the sectors that get the least attention are getting a lot of investor love, but traders are split on whether their run can continue.
One top technical analyst says now might be the time to look for a big payoff in one of the markets' safest spaces.
Most of crisis-stricken Venezuela has been hit by an electricity blackout.
Hedge fund and PG&E investor BlueMountain Capital announced Friday that it has nominated 13 candidates for election to the company's board.
PG&E Corp. said Thursday that it believes it's "probable" that its equipment will be found to be the source of the 2018 Camp Fire.
PG&E reportedly delayed safety work on a transmission line that is the main suspect behind the deadliest wildfire in California's history.
Elon Musk's vision for the energy future includes battery powered electric vehicles and energy storage solutions that provide plug-in power. Today the manufacturing reality means most batteries go into cars. In India that needs to change.
Minnesota's Xcel Energy shows that fighting climate change can hold down utility electricity rates and beat the market.
Google is the biggest corporate buyer of renewable energy in the world, and now the technology giant is building its first solar power project in Asia, directly above fishing ponds in Taiwan.
Energy and climate analysts warn that by trying to hit mid-century goals in just 10 years, a Green New Deal could have unintended consequences.
Jim Cramer explains why the Federal Reserve's new approach is about much more than just stock prices.
Shares of PG&E rallied Tuesday despite a disagreement between the company and some of its shareholders over its Chapter 11 filing.
Cal Fire said Thursday its investigators concluded that "a private electrical system" was to blame for the Tubbs Fire in 2017 that killed 22 people in Northern California's Sonoma County, not PG&E.