5:05 - Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Diana Furchtgott-Roth on the potential risk to America’s power grid from green energy.
6:35 - University of Pittsburgh’s Gregory Reed on the potential benefits of wireless electricity.
5:37 - Attorney Keith Sullivan and Superstorm Sandy victim Kieran Burke on the causes of the fires in Breezy Point, New York, after Sandy.
0:37 - FBN’s Diane Macedo with the top performers in the S&P sectors report.
3:12 - OPIS chief oil analyst Denton Cinquegrana on how consumers can save money on their heating bills.
0:53 - Jo Ling Kent says we should expect more pain at the pump.
3:40 - ISI Group senior managing director Greg Gordon weighs in on deregulation in the electric industry and how it impacts business.
3:39 - Yosemite National Park Spokesman Scott Gediman on efforts to stop the fires in California.
4:34 - TXU Energy CMO Michael Grasso on offering free nights and weekends to customers.
4:32 - ITC Holdings CEO Joe Welch on the state of the U.S. power grid.
1:24 - FBN’s Dennis Kneale on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s allegations against J.P. Morgan.
5:40 - Railroad operation and safety consultant Richard Beall and Heritage Foundation’s David Kreutzer on the train derailment in Quebec and whether safety concerns will boost support for Keystone Pipeline.
3:53 - WL Ross & CO. CEO Wilbur Ross on the White House push for further regulations on utilities and coal.
8:07 - Kieran Burke, whose house burned down during Sandy, and attorney Keith Sullivan on the lawsuit against power companies over their handling of Sandy.
4:24 - Crowell, Weedon & Co.’s Neil Berlant on how investors can gain from water.
4:57 - FBN’s Connell McShane takes a look at the potential risks of cyber attacks on America’s infrastructure from the power, water and communications systems to its transportation network.
2:46 - FBN’s Peter Barnes on the highest gas prices on Memorial Day weekend in two years.
4:41 - Superstorm Sandy victim John Tobacco on Con Edison's service after the devastating storm.
1:39 - FBN’s Peter Barnes reports that the EPA’s new cleaner gasoline rule will cost you more at the pump.
5:02 - American Society of Civil Engineers’ Andrew Hermann on the problems with America’s water infrastructure.
4:51 - Electrical & Computer Engineering Professor Massoud Amin on why the U.S. needs to upgrade its power grid.
4:24 - Xylem CEO and president Gretchen McClain on the water crisis facing Americans.
1:13 - FBN's Diane Macedo on the top S&P sector performers this week.
3:13 - Aqua America CEO Nick DeBenedictis on how improvements in the company’s water infrastructure has helped boost growth.
3:49 - Clearview Energy Partners managing director Christine Tezak on upgrading the U.S. electrical grid.
3:37 - FBN’s Gerri Willis on the Long Island Power Authority’s handling of the power outages caused by Sandy.
3:34 - Florida Municipal Electric Association’s Barry Moline on reports that out-of-state workers were asked to join the union before assisting the Long Island Power Authority.
4:37 - Wayne Rogers & Co. Wayne Rogers weighs in on the business model for utility companies.
1:39 - FBN's Liz MacDonald on the backlash against utilities in wake of Hurricane Sandy.
2:47 - PSEG CEO Ralph Izzo on the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
1:51 - NJ Central Power & Light Spokesman Ron Morano on Hurricane Sandy’s impact on power in the state.
4:29 - Edison Electric Institute Operations Executive V.P. David Owens on efforts to ease Hurricane Sandy’s impact on the power system and preparations to restore power after the storm.
2:45 - FBN’s Neil Cavuto on those who blame any strange weather or weather trend on global warming.
5:17 - Progress Energy CEO William Johnson explains how the approval of a new nuclear reactor is good for the U.S., progress on the merger with Duke Energy, and regulation in the utilities industry.
4:08 - Westinghouse Electric Company CEO Aris Candris on what the nuclear plant construction approval means for business.
3:17 - S&P Capital Senior Industry Analyst Christopher Muir on the outlook for utilities and the pros and cons of investing in the sector.
5:05 - Port Corpus Christi is the nation's fifth largest economic driver
7:23 - Study sees increase in construction and waste services
3:36 - Former TVA Chairman Glenn McCullough on the blackout that impacted six million on the West Coast.
2:49 - Former TVA Chairman Glenn McCullough breaks down why America’s power plants were designed with natural disasters in mind.
5:52 - Investigative Journalist Rita King and Anthony Pietrangelo of the Nuclear Energy Institute on the safety of America’s nuclear power plants.
3:40 - Bob Nowack, Professor of Geophysics at Purdue University on the quake that hit the East Coast and the difficulty in predicting future earthquakes.
3:07 - Greenpeace Co-Founder Patrick Moore discusses the impact of the 5.8-magnitude earthquake on nuclear power plants on the East Coast.
5:30 - ITC Holding Corp. CFO Cameron Bready on growing concerns the national electrical grid may not be able to handle the increasing demand for energy.
6:33 - Hayden Planetarium Astrophysicist Dr. Charles Liu on the discovery of an intergalactic mass in space and the potential impact of solar storms on our electrical grid on earth.
1:00 - FBN's Robert Gray on durable goods orders in April and oil prices.
3:03 - Aqua America CEO Nicholas Debenedictis on the growth in water utilities and treatment.
5:06 - Republican Arizona Corp. Commissioner Candidate Barry Wong on efforts to take away utilities for illegal immigrants.
5:01 - California Faucets Vice President Frederick Desborough on the new proposed regulations on the amount of water used in showers.
4:17 - Chris Johns PG&E Corp's Senior VP, CFO and Treasurer discusses earnings and energy.
1:03 - FBN's Connell McShane on ABB Group's acquisition of Baldor Electric.
5:45 - Louis Capital's Robbert Van Batenburg on why activities within the commodity market impact your utility bill.
2:40 - FBN's Sandra Smith on Chicago electricians shocked by a plan suggested by their union's leaders to make union labor more productive by cutting costs.
3:27 - TheGreenSkeptic.com's Scott Edward Anderson on the push for the state to adopt a tariff that would pay homeowners for the power generated in their home.
2:17 - FBN's Connell McShane on St. Jude's acquisition of AGA Medical and Northeast Utilities acquisition of NSTAR.
4:52 - PSE&G CFO Caroline Dorsa on how the potential increase in the dividend tax could hurt investors in utilities.