Gov. Brian Sandoval on Tuesday named two new appointees to the Nevada Public Utilities Commission.
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State utility regulators on Friday unanimously approved grandfathering in as many as 32,000 existing residential rooftop solar customers under prior, more favorable utility rates for 20 years.
The Moapa Band of Paiute Indians will soon see the third solar power plant developed on its reservation in Clark County, as the tribe continues to pioneer renewable energy generation on tribal lands.
Public Utilities Commission Chairman Paul Thomsen has filed a draft order recommending that a proposal to grandfather in existing residential rooftop solar customers be approved at the Friday meeting of the full panel.
A proposal to grandfather in existing residential rooftop solar customers under prior, more favorable utility rates for 20 years appears to be a case of very good timing.
Advocates and industry representatives in Las Vegas this week for the nation’s largest solar trade show are hailing an agreement they say “rights a wrong” committed against existing rooftop solar customers in Nevada.
An agreement has been reached to grandfather in 32,000 residential rooftop solar customers under prior, more economically viable rates for 20 years, NV Energy announced Monday.
Discussion is picking up on the Energy Choice Initiative, with more people taking public positions on the ballot measure that aims to deregulate electrical service in Nevada. Here are things to know about Question 3:
A hearing on a proposal to grandfather in about 32,000 rooftop solar customers under prior, more economically favorable rates has been set for Sept. 19, with a final decision expected from state utility regulators by the following week.
The Department of Energy has announced two finalists to host a federal laboratory to develop the next generation of geothermal energy technology: one within the U.S. Naval Air Station in Fallon and the other near Milford, Utah.
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