Nevada Power has amended its general rate increase request in a filing Friday with the state Public Utilities Commission, raising the revenue requirement to $37.8 million from the $20.8 million sought originally May 2.
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A legislative committee Friday agreed to draft a bill for the 2015 session to look at energy-savings opportunities for utility customers, but the panel declined to move forward with the specific recommendations of a public policy group.
Nevada utility customers could save hundreds of millions of dollars on their electric bills if the Nevada Legislature adopted energy savings standards as 26 other states have already done, a public policy group said Wednesday.
A rate increase billed as the smallest in more than a decade for Southern Nevada electricity customers may not end up that way when new rates take effect next year.
A report prepared for a legislative committee on utility rates over the past nearly 30 years shows what most consumers already know. It costs a lot more today to turn on the lights and cool the house than it did just three decades ago.
There are no significant costs going forward to nonparticipating ratepayers from homeowners who install their own rooftop solar systems to reduce their power bills, according to a study submitted to the Nevada Public Utilities Commission.
NV Energy has named Paul Caudill as its president and chief executive officer. Caudill replaces Michael Yackira, who retired Monday as chief executive officer for the company.
CARSON CITY – Southern Nevada utility customers will get a small break on their electricity bills beginning next week.
Just in time for summer, Henderson Libraries recently completed the construction of solar panels at the Paseo Verde Library to become more energy-efficient.
Homeowners who install solar systems to reduce their power bills could one day find themselves paying more for the privilege.
When it comes to meeting sweeping new federal guidelines for power plant pollution, Nevada could have an easier time than other states.
NV Energy south filed a general rate request with the Nevada Public Utilities Commission that seeks a 0.9 percent overall increase across all rate classes, or about $20.8 million. The effect of the increase would be about 1.85 percent, or $2.82 a month for an average residential customer in Southern Nevada.
NV Energy south is proposing to close three of its four Reid Gardner coal-fired units generating electricity in Southern Nevada by the end of this year as part of a filing made Thursday with the Public Utilities Commission.
SolarCity, the nation’s largest solar power provider, is launching its service for existing homes in Nevada, the company announced Thursday.
The company behind the nation’s first utility-scale solar power plant on tribal land will hold a job fair today to hire some of the workers needed to build and operate the facility 40 miles north of Las Vegas.
NV Energy on Wednesday submitted a filing with the Nevada Public Service Commission to voluntarily participate in a regional energy imbalance market.
Don’t be surprised if your doorbell rings and it’s an NV Energy representative. The power company is canvassing neighborhoods, encouraging people to sign up for its mPowered program.
Hillary Clinton will return to Las Vegas on Sept. 4 as keynote speaker at the annual energy conference organized by U.S. Sen. Harry Reid.
The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System, which covers approximately five square miles of federal land with 350,000 mirrors near the state line, opened Feb. 13 and is the largest solar power plant of its type on the planet.
Hoover Dam has been showing its age lately, and the problem can’t be fixed with fresh concrete or new equipment.
The Nevada Division of Minerals on Friday hosted a third and final public workshop aimed at fine tuning its oversight of the controversial extraction process, in which well operators use a pressurized slurry of water, sand and chemicals to tap into deposits of natural gas and oil trapped in rock deep underground.
The Orleans Arena has been awarded LEED Gold certification for existing buildings by the U.S. Green Building Council.
EP Renewable Inc., backer of a controversial waste-burning gasification power plant proposed in North Las Vegas, has withdrawn its application for a special use permit needed to build the facility off Losee and Lone Mountain Roads.
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