The Orleans Arena has been awarded LEED Gold certification for existing buildings by the U.S. Green Building Council.
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EP Renewable Inc., backer of a controversial waste-burning gasification power plant proposed in North Las Vegas, has withdrawn its application for a special use permit needed to build the facility off Losee and Lone Mountain Roads.
NV Energy has launched a program offering discount LED products to its customers throughout the state. The goal is to save customers in Northern Nevada $1 million and those in Southern Nevada $4 million to $5 million on their electric bills.
When Andy Jackson began working as an electrical contractor in 1986, electric vehicles weren’t yet part of the game. But now that they are, he’s taking advantage.
North Las Vegas residents yet to weigh in on a controversial power plant proposed near Losee and Lone Mountain Roads might find themselves in a bit of a bind.
The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System, sprawling across roughly 5 square miles of federal land near the California-Nevada border, formally opens Thursday. It’s considered a key marker in the emerging solar power industry.
The 231-mile One Nevada transmission line, which connects Northern and Southern Nevada electricity grids, was dedicated in a ceremony Thursday.
Visitors walking through the Springs Preserve botanical garden saw a house being lifted into the air by a 350-ton crane on Tuesday afternoon. The gardens will become the permanent home of the UNLV DesertSol home.
Here’s another superlative for the Las Vegas landscape. Since 2011 the Harmon Retail Corner has been home to the world’s largest light-emitting diode, or LED, screen, but now the sign is green, too.
Tom Husted has electricity in his blood.