Shares rose 33.07 percent in trading at the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday, closing at $5.03 a share.
The utilities stock has been hit hard in the last year.
One year ago, shares were trading at nearly $49. The price plummeted to just over $6 in mid-January following the company's announcement that it would file for bankruptcy.
Shares rebounded a bit by June, rising to almost $24, but they've been dropping ever since, hitting its record low of $3.80 yesterday.
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