One way to analyze electric utility stocks is to look at what types of fuel they use to run their generators and how much exposure to oil and natural gas they have.If you believe the price of oil and gas has peaked and will continue to drop, then it may be time to take a close look at the electric utility stocks with the highest usage of these fuels. Check them out here.
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