President-elect Donald Trump’s plans regarding site for high-level nuclear waste remain unclear, but his pick for energy secretary endorsed plan to temporarily store it at site in Texas during his governorship.
Sen. Harry Reid, who is retiring after a three-decade political career that saw him rise higher than any Nevada politician before him, has always been the go-to lawmaker on all things related to gaming, tourism and transportation.
Colorado, Utah and Nevada are teaming up to build an electric vehicle charging network to make it easier for them to travel long distances.
The data storage company Switch and state regulators have reached an agreement to allow the company to leave as a retail customer of NV Energy.
The nation’s growing renewable energy sector won’t be derailed by the transition to a new, seemingly less favorable presidential administration. That was the underlying message Thursday at a ceremony celebrating the completion of Nevada’s newest and largest solar power station.
A small leak in a tank filled with molten salt has shut down a $1 billion solar plant in Central Nevada touted for its ability to generate electricity day or night.
If approved by the commission, it would become the third large gaming company in the state to abandon the state-regulated energy company in recent months.
It would take more than a decade and cost at least $30 billion before the shuttered underground dump site at Yucca Mountain could begin accepting shipments of highly radioactive waste, according to experts on the controversial project.
California-based energy company’s proposal would be the world’s largest solar project in Nevada, a $5 billion endeavor involving at least 100,000 mirrors and 10 towers as tall as any building in the state.
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.