Consumer electricity demand has been slowing due to more efficient appliances. Nuclear power construction will continue to be prohibitive, even before regulatory concerns are considered. Wind power construction will pick up from projects making it under the production tax credit deadline but then once again lose momentum due to financing concerns. In addition, growth in other renewable energy sources is expected to slow as Production Tax Credits expire. What does all of this mean for the ...

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