Broker recommendations for NextEra Energy
The NextEra Energy, Inc. stock is rated at 1.472222 (on a scale 1-3, where 1 is ‘strong buy‘ and 3 is ‘strong sell‘) from Friday 24 July, 2020 by a total of 18 brokers. This means that the consensus of the 18 different brokers is leaning toward to overweight (moderate buy).
0 (0%) Underweight
1 (5.56%) Hold
7 (38.89%) Overweight
0 (0%) Buy
Price target by analysts
The 16 latest analyst estimates, per Friday 31 July, 2020, show the following high, low and average price targets.
Target Average: 284.38 USD
Target High: 330 USD
Target Low: 246 USD
The Era of ‘Super-Hybrid’ Renewables for Oil Majors?
Monday, 10 August 2020, 16:39:00
Global investment in offshore wind more than quadrupled in the first half of 2020. More new wind farms were approved at the height of the pandemic than during all last year. Some of these offshore projects include battery storage or hydrogen. Some of them include floating solar panels. Is this what the future of projects looks like for oil & gas majors? In this episode of The Energy Gang , we’ll explore the ” super-hybrid ” approach to renewables. Then, is green hydrogen here to stay? One Saudi project unveiled last month is at gigawatt scale. Another major utility is getting out of America’s largest coal plant and making investments in solar-generated hydrogen. Bloom Energy is even making electrolyzers. What does this activity tell us? And lastly, there’s a reason Henrik Fisker hasn’t gone away, even after the demise of the Fisker Karma. We dive into the new Fisker Ocean SUV and a spate of other electric car announcements and ask: Does parity on EV prices even matter? Our guest co-host this week is Melissa Lott of the Columbia Center on Global Energy Policy.
— Green Technology Media
NextEra Energy : FPL’s restoration workforce of more than 10,000 is ready to respond to Hurricane Isaias amid global COVID-19 pandemic; urges customers to prepare for possible power outages | MarketScreener
Monday, 3 August 2020, 21:52:03
JUNO BEACH, Fla. – As Hurricane Isaias moves closer to the state, Florida Power & Light Company is finalizing preparations to restore service safely and as quickly as possible and urges… | August 3, 2020
Who Will Own the Hydrogen Future: Oil Companies or Power Utilities?
Monday, 3 August 2020, 08:00:00
Within the span of a week, major utilities Iberdrola, Uniper and NextEra all made moves into the hydrogen market, in a reminder that the miracle molecule is not the sole domain of the oil and gas sector. But whether utilities will have the ability — or need — to compete with oil companies in the emerging hydrogen market remains an open question. To date, gigawatt-scale announcements in the hydrogen sector have been dominated by the likes of Shell, BP and Equinor, typically involving plans for meeting large sources of existing, gigawatt-scale demand in industrial clusters and in some cases their own oil refining operations. Prolonging the lifespan of multi-billion dollar gas infrastructure investments makes for another compelling incentive. But big utilities in Europe and North America, increasingly large actors on the global energy stage, are not staying on the sidelines. In the U.S., NextEra recently announced a 20-megawatt electrolyzer , essentially designed to produce green hydrogen for self-consumption at a gas-fired plant in Florida.
— Green Technology Media
NextEra Energy Sees Hydrogen As A Zero Emissions Alternative To Natural Gas
Monday, 3 August 2020, 05:28:26
NextEra Energy will investigate using green hydrogen to replace some of the natural gas it uses to generate electricity.
RBC lays out 6 trades to make now ahead of a possible Democratic sweep in the elections — and explains why waiting until November is the wrong move
Friday, 31 July 2020, 14:02:00
Lori Calvasina, RBC’s head of US equity strategy, says her firm’s analysts believe a victory for Biden and the Democrats would be “bearish or very bearish” for most of the sectors they cover. However, Calvasina says that overall market turmoil after the election would be relatively short-lived, and there could be strong tailwinds for some sectors. She notes that major market events like changes in corporate tax rates are likely to get priced in well before they happen — so investors can’t necessarily wait for the votes to get counted. Click here to sign up for our weekly newsletter Investing Insider . Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories . It might feel like the US elections are a long way off, and investors may be tempted to want to tune it all out and wait for the results to roll in on November 4th — or whenever the counting ends. But as many experts point out, investing means you’re making predictions about what’s going to happen. That means an investor who waits too long to get in position might end up missing the boat.
— Business Insider