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    1. Regulatory Benefits Push Eversource Energy's Earnings Higher

      Commentary

      Thu, 30 Apr 2015

      earnings growth in the quarter, demonstrating Eversource's sustainable growth path in the coming years. Higher rates at NSTAR Electric were the primary driver. We expect additional earnings growth during the year from higher rates at its other utilities

    2. Eversource Energy Growth on Track to Top Industry Average

      Commentary

      Thu, 12 Feb 2015

      excluding integration costs from the 2012 merger with NStar . This is in line with our 2014 projections. Management ..... Eversource's ability to hit its cost savings target after the NStar merger. This has been a key element of making the deal

    3. Management Meeting: Northeast Utilities Gas Utilities, Cost Savings Support 6%-8% Growth Target

      Commentary

      Wed, 12 Nov 2014

      Financing benefits and operating cost savings following the 2012 NSTAR merger have been tailwinds as well. Public Service of New ..... cost savings it forecast during the 10 years following the NSTAR merger. Although we expect it'll give some of those savings

    4. Management Meeting: Northeast Utilities Tees Up Connecticut Rate Filing

      Commentary

      Tue, 20 May 2014

      5 million of allowed storm costs, both in line with our expectations and in line with the terms of the 2012 merger with NSTAR . CL&P also will seek recovery of $25.3 million of resiliency costs, of which customers already are paying a portion

    5. Our Outlook for the Credit Markets

      Headlines

      Wed, 25 Sep 2013

      deals that closed in 2012 include all-stock mergers between Northeast Utilities NU (rating: BBB, narrow moat) and Nstar ; Exelon EXC (rating: BBB+, wide moat) and Constellation Energy; and Duke Energy DUK (rating: BBB+, narrow moat

    6. Northeast Utilities' Earnings Still Climbing Behind Transmission Investments

      Commentary

      Tue, 30 Jul 2013

      earnings growth forecast through 2016. NU also realized additional cost savings related to its April 2012 merger with NSTAR . Lower operating costs resulted in a $0.05 EPS benefit in the quarter and $0.12 for the first half. Also helping

    7. Our Outlook for the Credit Markets

      Headlines

      Wed, 26 Jun 2013

      deals that closed in 2012 include all-stock mergers between Northeast Utilities NU (rating: BBB, narrow moat) and Nstar ; Exelon EXC (rating: BBB+, wide moat) and Constellation Energy; and Duke Energy DUK (rating: BBB+, narrow moat

    8. Management Meeting: Gas Conversions and Financing Benefits Drive Attractive Growth Outlook

      Commentary

      Tue, 7 May 2013

      current low interest rates, retiring $680 million of legacy debt and issuing $950 million of new debt since its merger with NSTAR last year. Management detailed plans to refinance and add to the $550 million of parent debt due this year. Given regulators

    9. Credit Outlook: Sector Updates and Top Bond Picks

      Headlines

      Wed, 27 Mar 2013

      Representative deals that closed in 2012 include all-stock mergers between Northeast Utilities NU (rating: BBB) and Nstar ; Exelon EXC (rating: BBB+) and Constellation Energy; and Duke Energy DUK (rating: BBB+) and Progress Energy

    10. Transmission Growth and Merger Benefits Disguising Continued Woes at Northeast Utilities

      Commentary

      Wed, 20 Feb 2013

      inclusion of nine months of earnings following its merger with NSTAR in April 2012. NU reported $2.28 EPS in 2012, in line ..... key growth driver, up 25% from 2011 with the addition of NSTAR 's transmission business and additional investment. NU

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