Competitive Landscape/Company Monitor

October 2011
United States Power Report;2011, Issue 4, p84
Industry Profile
The article presents the competitive landscape of the energy firms in the U.S. It notes Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) as one of the largest electric utilities in the country with 5.1 million electric customer accounts. Exelon Corp. is responsible for the biggest nuclear fleet operation in the country employing nearly 19,500 workers. Entergy Corp. reports its revenues amounting to 10 billion dollars in 2009.


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