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As of 11/26/2021. The utility networks industry falls under the broader utilities... As of 11/26/2021. The utility networks industry falls under the broader utilities sector. These firms primarily operate electrical grids, transmission lines, and/or natural gas pipelines. This can include regional electric grids as well as new smaller distributed and smart-grids. These firms sell access to their networks to retail service providers, essentially functioning as middlemen that allow independent power producers to get their products to end users. The securities listed in this page are organized into two tables. The stock table includes relevant common stocks, ADRs and preferred shares, and the funds table includes relevant exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and institutional share class mutual funds. All securities have an active dividend policy and are either exchange-listed or domiciled in the United States. Dividend.com Premium members have access to premium data within each table. Premium data includes stock ratings (scored out of 5) for overall dividend quality, yield attractiveness, dividend reliability, earnings growth, valuation, and price momentum in addition to payout estimates for future dividends. Premium data is blocked for public users. The stock table is sorted in a descending order by market capitalization and the fund table is sorted in a descending order by net assets. View more View less

As of 11/26/2021. The utility networks industry falls under the broader utilities sector. These firms primarily operate electrical grids, transmission lines, and/or natural gas pipelines. This can include regional electric grids as well... As of 11/26/2021. The utility networks industry falls under the broader utilities sector. These firms primarily operate electrical grids, transmission lines, and/or natural gas pipelines. This can include regional electric grids as well as new smaller distributed and smart-grids. These firms sell access to their networks to retail service providers, essentially functioning as middlemen that allow independent power producers to get their products to end users. The securities listed in this page are organized into two tables. The stock table includes relevant common stocks, ADRs and preferred shares, and the funds table includes relevant exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and institutional share class mutual funds. All securities have an active dividend policy and are either exchange-listed or domiciled in the United States. Dividend.com Premium members have access to premium data within each table. Premium data includes stock ratings (scored out of 5) for overall dividend quality, yield attractiveness, dividend reliability, earnings growth, valuation, and price momentum in addition to payout estimates for future dividends. Premium data is blocked for public users. The stock table is sorted in a descending order by market capitalization and the fund table is sorted in a descending order by net assets. View more View less

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