CARSON CITY — A draft order has been prepared in advance of Thursday's Public Utilities Commission meeting that would approve an agreement reached between Switch, NV Energy and state regulators to keep the the data storage company as a customer of Nevada Power Co.
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Clean-energy advocates said Tuesday that a new EPA-mandated Clean Power Plan for Nevada to reduce its carbon emissions through 2030 is an opportunity to generate jobs and lower utility bills for consumers.
An agreement reached between Switch, NV Energy and state regulators that would keep the data storage company as a customer of the utility is up for review Thursday by the state Public Utilities Commission.
The state Bureau of Consumer Protection has proposed that state regulators authorize a minimum of an additional 17.5 megawatts of net metering capacity so that the rooftop solar industry is not disrupted in Nevada.
Assessing the viability of a potential solar power project comes next for the energy company that secured the lease of public land near Laughlin at Tuesday's Clark County Commission meeting.
The Southern Nevada Homebuilders Association is supporting a petition by rooftop-solar companies to keep net metering rules in effect until state regulators are able to draft a new policy on the program as directed by the Nevada Legislature.
Southern Nevada residents who want to go green with rooftop solar without having to install and pay for panels on their own homes could soon benefit from a new proposal from Nevada Power.
CARSON CITY -- Two major solar power projects proposed by Nevada Power could be a boon to customers because of a dramatic drop in the cost of the renewable energy technology.
Rooftop-solar industry workers turned out in force Friday at the Nevada Public Utility Commission offices in Las Vegas to express concerns that their jobs could soon disappear.
The acquisition triples the size of Tesla‘s property holdings in the Silver State, bringing total acreage to around 3,000.Tesla bought 1,000 acres in the industrial park last year.
CARSON CITY — The data storage company Switch will stay with NV Energy and not seek to leave to find its own electricity on the open market, the utility company reported Tuesday.
NV Energy, operating as Nevada Power Co. in Southern Nevada, recently opened its Business Solutions Center.
Clark County officials hope to spur solar energy development on thousands of acres of county-owned land near Laughlin, after a larger effort to boost development fizzled.
Temperatures may be soaring, but Nevadans should see a dip in their energy bills under an NV Energy rate decrease that took effect Wednesday. In Southern Nevada, the average monthly bill of $154.54 will drop about $4.84.
Just days after the Nevada Public Utilities Commission denied an application by the data storage company Switch to leave Nevada Power Co. and seek its own energy supply on the wholesale market, three major Strip gaming companies opted Tuesday to delay their exit applications by two months.
Gov. Brian Sandoval and NV Energy officials held a news conference Tuesday to announce an initiative to install electric-charging stations in key rural communities along U.S. 95 corridor between Las Vegas and Northern Nevada.
A national solar company announced Thursday it has a new way for Nevadans to get immediate benefits from installing rooftop solar without any upfront costs.
The Nevada Public Utilities Commission voted 2-1 on Wednesday to reject an application by the data storage company Switch to leave as a customer of Nevada Power Co. and purchase its own energy supply on the wholesale market.
A draft order prepared by the Nevada Public Utilities Commission would deny the application by the data storage company Switch to leave Nevada Power and purchase its own electricity on the wholesale market.
A bill to let the Public Utilities Commission delay renewable energy projects proposed to be built by NV Energy passed the Legislature late Monday.
A bill that would let NV Energy delay building new renewable-energy projects requried as part of a plan to replace the loss of coal-fired power produced at the Reid Gardner plant at Moapa was introduced Monday, the last day of the legislative session.
Three companies looking to generate electricity from solar energy on federal land in Clark County received final government approval Monday following fast-track reviews.
Two lawmakers with long experience in crafting Nevada’s rooftop-solar policy said Wednesday they never intended to continually raise the net metering cap beyond the 3 percent level now in law.
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