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NRG Energy Inc

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NRG Energy is one of the largest retail energy providers in the U.S., with 7 million customers, including its 2021 acquisition of Direct Energy. It also is one of the largest U.S. independent power producers, with 16 gigawatts of nuclear, coal, gas, and oil power generation capacity primarily in Tex... NRG Energy is one of the largest retail energy providers in the U.S., with 7 million customers, including its 2021 acquisition of Direct Energy. It also is one of the largest U.S. independent power producers, with 16 gigawatts of nuclear, coal, gas, and oil power generation capacity primarily in Texas. Since 2018, NRG has divested its 47% stake in NRG Yield, among other renewable energy and conventional generation investments. NRG exited Chapter 11 bankruptcy as a stand-alone entity in December 2003. Show more

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NRG Energy Inc is listed in the Electric Services sector of the New York Stock Exchange with ticker NRG. The last closing price for NRG Energy was $79.93. Over the last year, NRG Energy shares have traded in a share price range of $ 35.975 to $ 87.51.

NRG Energy currently has 208,475,647 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of NRG Energy is $16.66 billion. NRG Energy has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -65.09.

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JTROKS JTROKS 3 years ago
This is steadily climbing! Keep going up!
whytestocks whytestocks 4 years ago
News: $NRG NRG Energy Acquires Direct Energy for $3.625 Billion in Cash

Energy provider NRG Energy (NYSE: NRG) has announced it is acquiring Direct Energy, a North American subsidiary of U.K.-based Centrica PLC (OTC: CPYYF) . The all-cash deal is for $3.625 billion, and is expected to close by the end of 2020.  Continue reading

In case you are interested NRG - NRG Energy Acquires Direct Energy for $3.625 Billion in Cash
benfrankledger benfrankledger 6 years ago
$NRG $VST NRG Energy (NRG +4.6%) is initiated with a Buy rating and a $33 price target at UBS, which believes the stock will climb as announced asset sales close and plans for return of capital are revealed at the company's March 27 analyst day.

NRG has indicated it will seek projects averaging 13.75% unlevered pre-tax returns or return capital to shareholders, and UBS thinks the market would prefer share buybacks and is the message NRG likely will deliver, given the high bar set for investment returns.

UBS says incremental deleveraging likely is unnecessary, with pro forma net debt-to-EBITDA at 2.8x at year-end 2018 and an ongoing free cash flow yield of 13%; the firm also expects an update on progress toward cost-cuts and margin enhancements goals at the analyst day meeting.

UBS also initiates Vistra Energy (VST +1.7%) but with a Neutral rating and $21 target, seeing shares as fairly valued even with closing of the Dynegy deal, as the company is more exposed longer term to volatility in the power markets.
stocktrademan stocktrademan 7 years ago
NRG buy 27.39


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stocktrademan stocktrademan 7 years ago
NRG buy 22.865

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TheFinalCD TheFinalCD 7 years ago

THEN A 21.19



realfast95 realfast95 7 years ago
NRG Energy, Inc. to Announce the Conclusion of its Business Review and the Launch of its Transformation Plan on July 12, 2017
eFinanceMarkets eFinanceMarkets 7 years ago
NRG Energy upgraded to Buy at UBS as GenOn settlement, PJM add clarity

NRG Energy (NRG +3.2%) pops more than 3% after UBS upgrades shares to Buy from Neutral and raises its price target to $20 from $19, saying the GenOn settlement and latest PJM auction add clarity while the cost cutting thesis remains intact and the major near-term catalyst for the stock.

While the deadline for the cost review is set for Aug. 14, UBS expects more details to come out sooner and could well see management update 2017 guidance in the coming weeks given the added clarity provided by the GenOn settlement.

The firm continues to assume $140M of cost cuts in its base case valuation and sees further savings potential within the retail and renewable segments.
BlueAlien BlueAlien 7 years ago
Doji candlestick and gap up
eFinanceMarkets eFinanceMarkets 7 years ago
Oil and gas stocks slammed as U.S. crude slumps below $50/bbl
Energy stocks look to extend yesterday's losses as WTI crude oil breaks below $50/bbl for the first time this year, now -2.3% at $49.11 after tumbling below $49 earlier.
U.S. oil stockpiles have gained ~50M barrels since the start of the year, raising doubts about the effectiveness of OPEC production cuts.
RFB RFB 8 years ago
Timothy Smith Timothy Smith 9 years ago
NRG Energy (NRG -0.6%) says it is seeking U.S. regulatory approval for the sale of its gas-fired power plant in Neoga, Ill., to P-E fund Rockland Power Partners II.
Timothy Smith Timothy Smith 9 years ago
It seems like that would be the shrewd move to make and focus on investing into cash generation, laying down debt etc.
honey/pot honey/pot 9 years ago
OK, so given all of that how come they keep raising the dividend. I mean if they are looking for ways to decrease their debt, wouldnt cutting the dividend be the way to conserve cash?

Im looking for a company with promise and who pays dividends and saw a nice write up on Motley Crew about this company.
cakesgood cakesgood 9 years ago
They are obligated to pay dividends. So until they release a statement regarding the retraction of dividends they will continue paying it. If you look at the 3 month chart you will clearly see that after every big drop there is a rebound, approximately to the fibs 50% mark. Rebounds, similar to retracements when a stock goes up a ton, happen all of the time. There needs to be some ground breaking news in order to turn this stock around. It very well could bounce back up a bit, but until it breaks the $20 range it can not be considered a reversal. I fully expect this to keep falling
DocLevi DocLevi 9 years ago
Why are they still paying dividends then? Today midway, it started going back up... is that a sign of bottoming out?
Timothy Smith Timothy Smith 9 years ago
I think you may be right. Analyst are likely covering their original calls leading me to believe there may be flat to downside risk for some time.
cakesgood cakesgood 9 years ago
Nrg is in debt and needs money badly to get out of the debt. I do not see this going back up until some sort of partnership is reached and they get out of the red
Timothy Smith Timothy Smith 9 years ago
NRG Energy (NYSE:NRG) sank to a 52-week low in todayโ€™s trade, but Credit Suisse sees a buying opportunity, rating shares at Outperform with a $30 price target an implying an 83% rise from today's close.

The firm says it has been surprised by the sharply negative investor reaction to NRG's "well-reasoned plan" to cut costs and reduce debt, and that the move felt like capitulation on competitive power broadly and the better known NRG specifically from a market looking to duck commodity exposure in a risk-off backdrop.
cakesgood cakesgood 9 years ago
As you were saying...
Today's monster drop, imo, solidifies the continued downtrend towards $15.36, and potentially to the $10 range. I really hope they are working on something to turn this around. Should bounce tomorrow for a nice 5% gain, but will ultimately continue falling through supports
Chili Palmer Chili Palmer 9 years ago
Wow haven't looked at this in awhile, almost as bad as CHK.
Timothy Smith Timothy Smith 9 years ago
NRG Energy (NRG -3.6%) unveils several moves to reduce debt, buy back shares and raise cash through an asset sale, as it faces pressure over its expensive clean energy businesses.

In an investor presentation, NRG says it plans to spend $1.3B on reducing debt and buying back shares through 2016, including $250M in share repurchases this year, and plans to cut $150M in costs starting next year.
cakesgood cakesgood 9 years ago
Technical bounce Monday with possible $19 hod, depending how market reacts of course. May have a few day rally, but will ultimately continue on its downtrend. I know you have a stake in this stock, keep buying, bottom is almost in. $15 will hopefully be the bottom, may fall below a tad. With football season in full swing and NFL support, NRG will make an epic reversal. I will be loading the truck at the bottom. This all depends on the DJI index, seems we main have entered a bear market, only time will tell.
starman2 starman2 9 years ago

Large Inflow of Money Witnessed in NRG Energy, Inc.

By Francesca Conomos - Aug 6, 2015

NRG Energy, Inc. (NYSE:NRG) witnessed a selling pressure and the shares last traded with a loss of -0.01 points or -0.05% at $20.03. Investors jumped in to buy the shares on weakness. The net money flow till latest update was calculated at $5.93 million with an inflow of $23.76 million in upticks and an outflow of $17.82 million in downticks. Using the data, the up/down ratio is found to be 1.33. The share price has recorded -10.78% on a weekly basis.A block trade of $6.81 million in uptick and $2.18 million in downtick was also observed, resulting in an up/down ratio of 3.12. The net money flow of the block trade stood at a $4.63, signaling heavy buying.

The company shares have dropped -33.44% from its 1 Year high price. On Nov 10, 2014, the shares registered one year high at $33.92 and the one year low was seen on Aug 4, 2015. The 50-Day Moving Average price is $22.75 and the 200 Day Moving Average price is recorded at $24.44.

On a different note, The Company has disclosed insider buying and selling activities to the Securities Exchange, The Securities and Exchange Commission has divulged in a Form 4 filing that the CEO of Nrg Energy, Inc., Crane David W had purchased shares worth of $116,950 in a transaction dated on March 2, 2015. A total of 5,000 shares were purchased at a price of $23.39 per share. The information is based on open market trades at the market prices.Option exercises are not covered. Currently the company Insiders own 0.7% of NRG Energy, Inc. Company shares. In the past six months, there is a change of 0.21% in the total insider ownership. Institutional Investors own 98.6% of Company shares. During last 3 month period, -2.26% of total institutional ownership has changed in the company shares.

NRG Energy, Inc. (NYSE:NRG): The mean short term price target for NRG Energy, Inc. (NYSE:NRG) has been established at $32.57 per share. The higher price target estimate is at $37 and the lower price target estimate is expected at $28 according to 7 Analyst. The stock price is expected to vary based on the estimate which is suggested by the standard deviation value of $2.99

Shares of NRG Energy, Inc. (NYSE:NRG) ended Wednesday session in red amid volatile trading. The shares closed down 0.01 points or 0.05% at $20.03 with 7,235,465 shares getting traded. Post opening the session at $20.06, the shares hit an intraday low of $19.95 and an intraday high of $20.96 and the price vacillated in this range throughout the day. The company has a market cap of $6,680 million and the number of outstanding shares have been calculated to be 333,495,000 shares. The 52-week high of NRG Energy, Inc. (NYSE:NRG) is $33.92 and the 52-week low is $19.905.

NRG Energy, Inc. (NRG) is an integrated wholesale power generation and retail electricity company in the United States. NRG is a wholesale power generator engaged in the ownership and operation of power generation facilities; the trading of energy, capacity and related products; and the transacting in and trading of fuel and transportation services. NRG is a retail energy company engaged in the supply of energy, services, and sustainable products to retail customers in competitive markets through multiple channels and brands like Reliant Energy, Green Mountain Energy, and Energy Plus (collectively, the Retail Business). In September 2014, the Company acquired Goal Zero, bringing growing consumer products company and its suite of personal solar devices into NRG family.
starman2 starman2 9 years ago

NRG, IDEO on 3 mega-forces that will shape the future of energy
Lauren Hepler
Monday, April 27, 2015 - 2:30am

Evolving utility business models and renewed focus on energy-related "hard technologies" are two factors driving change in how people and businesses procure electricity.
David Crane is banking on a fragile balancing act to see his company, power giant NRG Energy, through what he predicts will be an upheaval in the way electricity is generated, stored and purchased.
The key is balancing the "slow death" of utilities' core business โ€” the centralized electrical grid, which may be poised to become "the backup system it should be" โ€” with agressive expansion into renewable energy, distributed generation and related technologies, Crane explained at a recent event in San Francisco hosted by The Atlantic.
The chief executive of NRG recalled telecom giants forced to adapt to regulatory breakups during the 1980s and subsequently to the advent of the Internet, as an analogy for the turmoil that utilities soon could face.

David Crane, chief executive of NRG Energy.
"Almost every company out there faces some sort of existential threat," Crane said, invoking talk about disruption by tech icons such as Google's Eric Schmidt to help sell NRG's reinvention plan.
While the vast majority of NRG's portfolio still comprises coal, oil and natural gas, the company has stated a goal of cutting carbon dioxide emissions 90 percent by 2050. That's 10 percentage points deeper than the 80 percent power emissions reduction ordered by the United Nations during the same period to avoid catastrophic impacts of climate change.
Add to the urgency of climate issues other macro trends such as tech-enabled efficiency gains that could slash utility profit margins, or the potential for broader shifts in consumer demand, and today's dominant model of power companies "who have been granted, by various states, a monopoly" becomes much murkier, Crane said.
Although the oil price slump has kept things interesting while renewable energy costs continue to fall, a combination of market fragmentation and agressive new upstarts in the business of power โ€” some backed by deep-pocketed institutions or investors  โ€” are starting to reveal what a new type of energy industry might look like.
Here are key trends identified by Crane and others jockeying for position in the evolving power sector:
1. The rise of purpose-driven consumption
The energy industry is already rife with opportunities to realize significant sustainability gains by cracking down on wasted power, thanks to inventions such as smart meters and other automated monitoring systems โ€” features that are good for reducing the footprint of the power industry, but which also cut into the bottom line of electricity companies.
Where efficiency and power use could get much more interesting (or much scarier, if you're an incumbent provider) is behavior change that further reduces per capita energy consumption.
Crane posits a future where millennial consumers in particular gravitate toward "purpose-driven energy consumption."
Just as incumbents in sectors such as fast food and apparel are attempting supply chain improvements or revamping marketing campaigns in response to consumer demands for transparency and ethical production of goods, Crane sees climate change as a force that could mobilize new buying patterns in energy.
"The best hope we have for climate change is for millennials to basically vote with their purse or their wallet,โ€ Crane said. "The fundamental issue we have is an issue of caring."
Kate Lydon, public sector portfolio director at design firm IDEO, said at the Atlantic event that energy conservation and climate advocates are increasingly focused on behavioral research and overhauling yesterday's turn-off-the-lights campaigns to capitalize on the sentiment that "where things come from matters to people.โ€
The key challenge for her: โ€œHow can we create meaningful connections between people and energy? For most people, itโ€™s abstract. You donโ€™t see it. Itโ€™s cheap."
One example of how to combat that sense of apathy is making evolving smart building technology more transparent. IDEO has worked with the U.S. Green Building Council, for example, to reinvent familiar LEED plaques as more dynamic digital screens that provide information about the building's footprint and the impact of its occupants' behavior.
Crane also sees energy as a matter of political framing. While positive messaging about environmental sustainability may not resonate all that widely, other incentives such as cost savings or long-term predictability could help.
"The battle that we have to win, that no one has figured out, is the 70 percent in the middle โ€” the pragmatic environmentalist," he said, setting up a comparison to another well-known social movement: "I grew up during the Vietnam War. It was called the silent majority."
2. A return to 'hard technology'
As in other lucrative markets, such as the automotive sector, incumbent energy providers historically have retained their foothold through a combination of favorable regulatory policies and high barriers to entry for would-be competitors.
Underlying those dynamics is that investors haven't been inherently interested in shelling out money to change the current bloated power delivery system.
"To suddenly think that fund managers themselves will get fossil fuel companies to act on their own is never going to happen," Crane said.
While regulators in Europe and activist shareholders in the U.S. continue to debate other potential financial mechanisms โ€” accounting for the potential of "stranded assets," putting a price on carbon โ€” a slew of new entrants also is looking to jump into the mix.
The federally funded Lawrence Berkeley National Labratory in Berkeley, Calif., for instance, is making its facilities (supported by an $820 million annual budget) available to startups through multiple programs related to energy.

Energy storage is a hotspot in the field of power technology.
CalCharge, a public-private partnership focused on energy storage, fosters startups working in the field and also has enlisted companies such as Volkswagen and Duracell to help accelerate development and commercialization of new battery technologies.
Meanwhile, the lab also supports "industrial energy" incubator Cyclotron Road, formed in response to declining early stage investment in capital-intensive energy startups.
Cyclotron Road Director Ilan Gur said that his program's focus is on "hard technologies" rooted in scientific fields such as physics, electrochemistry or materials engineering.
 โ€œYou do need some phenomenal resources," Gur said. โ€œGoing to a venture capitalist, itโ€™s not clear you can get the amount of capital and time that you need."
Still, there are also examples of individual energy startups working to raise capital and get their programs to market through private investors.
LightSail Energy, a startup backed by $42 million from investors including Bill Gates and Silicon Valley venture capitalist Vinod Khosla, is working on commercializing a compressed air energy storage technology.
Danielle Fong, a 27-year-old thermodynamicist* who dropped out of both middle school and a Ph.D program before co-founding LightSail, said that climate change raises the stakes for finding grid-scale energy storage solutions to help grow renewable energy.
"We have to solve this problem within our generation,โ€ she said.
On the other end of the energy delivery spectrum are companies such as uBeam, which closed a $10 million funding round in late 2014 to help manufacture and scale a wireless power technology that could erase the need for snarls of different types of power cords.
Whether the energy provider at hand is a venture-backed startup, a university spin off or a utility looking to diversify, Gur said one enduring question is if current economic forces will help or hinder efforts to make the generation and consumption of power more sustainable.
"Is capitalism the strong agent for change?" he asked at the event. "I think thatโ€™s going to come to a head around energy."
3. Defining grid 2.0
Sure, pockets of promising startup activity and one incumbent energy executive talking frankly about climate change are interesting, but how might all of these disparate efforts come together to change the power industry as a whole?
Grid integration of new electricity sources and a need for better energy management long have been considered imperatives for increasing adoption of renewable energy and increasing power efficiency.
"People will tell their grid provider to get lost," Crane said. "But it all has to be managed."
While startups such as LightSail and uBeam are hard at work on new hardware solutions, the energy management software field is also booming thanks to both upstarts and enterprise players such as Siemens and Intel. But the offerings are still nascent, and it would take much deeper market penetration to realize sustainability improvements that could make a dent on issues such as the power emissions contributing to climate change.
One possibility to catalyze larger-scale shifts in energy: pair efforts to improve power efficiency with complementary sustainability goals.
Crane, for instance, preaches four pillars of sustainability: clean energy; clean transportation; zero waste; and fresh water. Without delving too far into detail, he hinted at a potential market opening for a more interdisciplinary approach to these silos.
โ€œThe really cool microgrid," Crane said, "is not just going to be about energy."
*Correction: this article previously misidentified the professional background of Danielle Fong. She is a thermodynamicist.
starman2 starman2 9 years ago
cakesgood cakesgood 9 years ago
The way I interpreted your message was that my analysis/ opinion was outlandish. Many times when I post something that people don't necessarily want to hear i get aggressive responses back.
So maybe I overreacted, in that case I apologize for my reaction. You are right it is currently trading at previous levels. If you go back into the chart history a few years, more like a decade or so, you will see that 15.30 or so was a level the chart bounced off of many times. 21 has been a support in the past, so I do see this trading above that for a period of time. I think there will be a serious fight between the Bears and Bulls as the months move on and the election grows closer. If 20 does not hold the next level of support is 15, which should be the absolute bottom, news pending. I like when I have someone opposing my opinion, it forces me to back check my analysis and strengthens my DD. I'm not here to argue, I am here to have a conversation regarding my knowledge of analysis and your knowledge of the company. It will be interesting to see what catalysts get this thing moving in the right direction. In no way am I hoping this stock/company falls any lower, but my analysis suggests there is weakness in the chart and strength in the trend
starman2 starman2 9 years ago
Fired up? I'm not fired up or on your case at all. I'm replying with my opinion on NRG as I thought you were doing. Where did that come from?? You mentioned NRG would return to previous levels and I pointed out a fact that NRG prices ARE at previous levels now. I'm sorry your ego was bruised. Please find someone else to argue with, I'm done!
cakesgood cakesgood 9 years ago
I'm playing the chart. There is a clear down trend yes? Right, ok, well based on that and the major levels of support this has blasted through, my better judgment leads me to believe this may continue downward. The next major, super mega major, level of support is around 15. The fact that it fell through 21 indicates that it very well may not have found a bottom. I believe it will bounce off of 20 and find some resistance around 25. In which it may trade in the 20-25 range in search of news. This is a pivotal point in the chart. If news hits, and it has to be good, then the trend may reverse. If no news hits then expect a continuation. I'm not sure why you are so fired up. I am not guaranteeing anything, this is all speculation. But, hey chart structure and technical analysis go a long way. If you truly believe in this company and know for fact that it will bounce back, then what I say holds no weight. Keep averaging down and maybe one day you will be rewarded. Personally I like to see some support in a trend before putting my hard earned money on the block. I like this company I see major potential, but I will not act until I am certain there is money to be made in the short and long term. Take what I say however you like. I'm not forcing my opinion on you I am simply voicing my thoughts on how I think this will play out. If this magically shoots back above $30, then you can say something. Until then get off my case
starman2 starman2 9 years ago
I can't really express my amazement at how you acquired the knowledge that previous levels will be attained when we're at the previous levels right now, Ergo the buying opportunity, but I do wish you luck as well.
cakesgood cakesgood 9 years ago
If you can handle the trend with the knowledge of this climbing back up, then you are stronger than I. Personally, even knowing that this will eventually return to previous levels, I still wouldn't be able to grab a position until it levels out and the swing begins. Losing money is not something I like to do even if it is in the short term. I will be lurking along the sidelines until I see I good opportunity for a flip or a good starting position. Best of luck
starman2 starman2 9 years ago
They ARE making partnerships and NRG is the one acquiring. As for support for the green movement, it is quite strong, hurricane Sandy made sure of that. I think today was a gift to grab some cheapies. All my opinion of course.
cakesgood cakesgood 9 years ago
I agree with what you are saying and I'm sure the news from nrg is good, but it is clear that the market as a whole does not feel the same way. I think this sector can compare to 3d printing, in that we see 3d printing being applied to many different fields, primarily and most importantly healthcare and design, yet none of the 3d printing companies are doing well. We know 3d printing is the future, it has definitely proved its concept, and is applicable in many ways, so why are we not experiencing a printing boom? Your guess is as good as mine. For the case of alternative energy, Obama just released a video stating that there will be a reform bill very soon, but I don't see any diversified utility company excelling on the news. There is going to need to be some hard proof and support behind this movement in order to restore faith in these companies. This will not happen over night, therefore this company along with the rest will continue in their trend until some sort of mega catalyst turns everything around. In the longevity of this chart it seems that the closest support is right around 20.25 or so. If that breaks, which I personally think it will, then 15.30 is the next and most important level of support. And to be honest that may even fall through, judging by the strength of the trend. For all of those who are long I understand this sucks, but average down. Nrg will be the east coast leader and will probably make partnerships or be acquired with/by some big name companies. This will be a $100/share stock within 10 years. All my opinion of course
starman2 starman2 9 years ago
Alternative energy is now a hot topic with the President and he seems intent on green energy moving forward before he leaves office. News for NRG is dropping plenty and has been positive imo.
cakesgood cakesgood 9 years ago
What news do you see dropping in the near future? Until alternative energies start to pass in the senate this thing will continue to slide. If it breaks below $20, expect a ton of stops to trigger.
starman2 starman2 9 years ago
Very unlikely you'll see a drop far from the $20 range imo. NRG will continue its upward trend and will see $30+ by end of year imo.
cakesgood cakesgood 9 years ago
Finding support around the upper $20s. Without any news regarding alternative energy I could see this continuing to slip into the teens. It could very well find its final support at $10, which then I will load the boat.
Timothy Smith Timothy Smith 9 years ago
Not a bad quarter.
starman2 starman2 9 years ago
starman2 starman2 9 years ago
Ocean View Ocean View 9 years ago
I had to think back, I bailed when they decided to go solar happy with abandonment mentality to their core. Too many big players in solar already established in a competitive market. Will put it back on the radar to see how it's moving.
Ocean View Ocean View 9 years ago
Checking on an old friend. I got out at 28. What's it doing down here in the low 20's?
Timothy Smith Timothy Smith 9 years ago
NRG Energy (NYSE:NRG): Q1 EPS of -$0.37 may not be comparable to consensus of $0.24.

Revenue of $3.83B (+9.7% Y/Y) beats by $170M.
tarlene tarlene 9 years ago
HUGE NEWS!!!!!!!!!!
Stock_Barber Stock_Barber 10 years ago
Big news!

Chili Palmer Chili Palmer 10 years ago
Going to grab some JNSH - NRGs new partner in Chicago!
Stock_Barber Stock_Barber 10 years ago
NRG eVgo to Bring Electric Vehicle Fast Charging to Chicago

Charging Infrastructure Overhaul and Expansion will make Driving Electric Easy in Chicago
November 14, 2014

CHICAGO โ€” NRG eVgo, a subsidiary of NRG Energy, Inc., is expanding its electric vehicle (EV) charging offerings to the Chicago market. In partnership with Chicago-based JNS Holdings Corp., eVgo will operate a comprehensive and reliable network of direct current (DC) fast chargers to provide range confidence for Chicagoland EV drivers.

JNS partnered with eVgo, a recognized leader in DC fast charging services, to restore the existing DC fast chargers in Chicago. eVgo will manage the operation of the existing DC fast chargers including networking, back office support and customer service.

"A robust charging station network is critical to broad deployment of electric vehicles. The City of Chicago is pleased that NRG has chosen to expand its eVgo charging network here," said Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

According to Brian Howe, Chief Executive Officer of JNS Holdings, โ€œThrough the joint efforts of JNS and eVgo, we have already brought most of the DC fast chargers back online with JNS local expertise and eVgo DC fast charging experience, we are on track to restore these chargers into a great experience for EV drivers.โ€

In the coming months, eVgo will also add additional DC fast charging sites to the Chicagoland area to further improve the charging coverage and make it a truly comprehensive network.

โ€œDC fast chargers are the fastest EV chargers on the market today and can charge an EV in less than 30 minutes,โ€ said Arun Banskota, President of NRG eVgo. โ€œWith the comprehensive DC fast charger network in Chicago today and the new stations we will bring online, eVgo can give EV drivers the confidence to drive wherever in Chicago they need to go and make buying an EV a very real option for all Chicagoans.โ€

This fast charging network supports eVgoโ€™s partnership with Nissan to expand the โ€œNo Charge to Chargeโ€ program to the Chicago market. Already in 12 markets, โ€œNo Charge to Chargeโ€ is a first-of-its-kind partnership that provides Nissan LEAF buyers with complimentary 24-month access to the eVgo network, as well as other EV charging networks, using a single EZ-Charge access card*.

โ€œAt NRG eVgo, we are committed to the future of driving electric,โ€ continued Mr. Banskota. โ€œTogether with partners like Nissan, we can deliver innovative solutions like โ€˜No Charge to Chargeโ€™ that empower more Chicagoland drivers to go electric.โ€

With over 160 fast charge stations currently installed, eVgo is building a comprehensive network of fast-charging sites in the U.S. as well as the infrastructure to support charging at residences and workplaces. By expanding to the Chicago market, eVgo furthers its commitment to support all EV drivers wherever and however they choose to charge.

For more information about eVgo charging plans available to Chicagoland EV drivers, visit

*Consumers can find chargers eligible for โ€œNo Charge to Chargeโ€ at, or via the PlugShare app for iOS or Android.

About NRG eVgo

The NRG eVgo SM network gives electric vehicle (EV) owners new freedom and range confidence via home and workplace charging docks, plus a network of fast charging stations conveniently located at retailers along major transportation corridors within eVgo cities. Service plans offered by eVgo can provide EV owners a home or workplace charger and use of eVgoโ€™s Freedom Station® sites and other public charging stations. eVgo is a subsidiary of NRG Energy, Inc., a Fortune 250 company at the forefront of changing how people think about, buy and use energy. Through eVgo, NRG will provide access to hundreds of public charging sites across the United States. To find out more, or to join the eVgo network, visit Connect with eVgo on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @nrgeVgo.

About JNS Holdings Corporation

JNS Holdings Corporation, through its subsidiaries, operates as an electrical contractor in the United States. The company specializes in temperature control installations and various specialty electrical works throughout the greater Chicago area. It provides design and installation services, including temperature control installations; fire alarm and life safety installations; and power distribution, design build, commercial constructions, computer and communication cabling, and lighting control installations. The company also installs electric car charging stations in Chicago, as well as leases vehicles, trailers, scissor lifts, and construction tools and equipment. JNS Holdings Corporation was incorporated in 1994 and is headquartered in Arlington Heights, Illinois.

Safe Harbor Disclosure

This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Such forward-looking statements are subject to certain risks, uncertainties and assumptions and include NRGโ€™s expectations regarding electric vehicles and its electric vehicle charging network. Forward-looking statements typically can be identified by the use of words such as โ€œexpect,โ€ โ€œbelieve,โ€ and similar terms. Although NRG believes that its expectations are reasonable, it can give no assurance that these expectations will prove to have been correct, and actual results may vary materially. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those contemplated above include, among others, general economic conditions, hazards customary in the power industry, competition in wholesale power markets, the volatility of energy and fuel prices, failure of customers to perform under contracts, changes in the wholesale power markets, changes in government regulation of markets and of environmental emissions, and our ability to achieve the expected benefits and timing of our electric vehicle projects. NRG undertakes no obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. The foregoing review of factors that could cause NRGโ€™s actual results to differ materially from those contemplated in the forward-looking statements included in this news release should be considered in connection with information regarding risks and uncertainties that may affect NRGโ€™s future results included in NRGโ€™s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission at

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Mon, 06 Oct 2014 21:10:02 GMT ~ NRG Energy (NRG) Up on Pure Energies Group Acquisition

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Fri, 03 Oct 2014 20:26:25 GMT ~ NRG ENERGY, INC. Files SEC form 8-K, Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement, Financial Statements and Exhibits

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Fri, 03 Oct 2014 18:42:45 GMT ~ Old N.Y. power plants returning to service to meet future needs

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Thu, 02 Oct 2014 20:10:02 GMT ~ Exelon's (EXC) Stable Liquidity Aids Expansion Program

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Thu, 02 Oct 2014 12:30:00 GMT ~ Energy-Efficient LED Light Installation Makes History at NRG Stadium

[Business Wire] - Today, NRG Stadiumโ„ข, home of the Houston Texans and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeoโ„ข, has become one of the first professional football stadiums in the United States to illuminate its field with an array of high-efficiency LED lights.

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Ticker: $NRG
OTC Market Place: Not Available
CIK code: 0001013871
Company name: NRG Energy, Inc.
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Incorporated In: DE, USA

Business Description: NRG is a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 Company is one of the country's largest power generation and retail electricity businesses. Our power plants provide about 47,000 megawatts of generation capacity and our retail and thermal subsidiaries serve more than 2 million customers in 16 states.

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Market Value: $10,345,158,464 a/o Oct 08, 2014
Shares Outstanding: 325,217,179 a/o Feb 26, 2014
Float: Not Available
Authorized Shares: Not Available
Par Value: 0.01
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