State is home to enough old mines and other former industrial sites to accommodate the new solar, wind and geothermal plants that would enable it to reach the 50 percent renewable energy standard, an analysis shows.
Technology-driven smart cities are just over the horizon, and Gov. Brian Sandoval believes Nevada is positioned to be a leader in smart-city innovations.
U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nevada, raised questions in the nation’s capital Thursday about how to improve cellphone and other wireless connections in the Las Vegas area. But experts say Las Vegas may not have it as bad as other places.
The State Environmental Commission voted Wednesday to add “renewable energy development and storage” to the list of acceptable post-production uses for shuttered mines to encourage developers to use the already-disturbed land.
The meetings will open the public comment process on a proposal to build wind turbines along a 22-mile stretch of the Nevada-California border adjacent to three federally protected areas.
Conservationists are bashing the latest move to open more federal land in Nevada to oil exploration, this time in the Ruby Mountains of Elko County.
The Strip was hit by “An Inconvenient Truth” Friday, as former Vice President Al Gore opened the National Clean Energy Conference in Las Vegas with an alarming vision of an unfolding global climate crisis.
After several setbacks in court, a Virginia-based energy developer has pulled the plug on a proposed wind farm near Searchlight.
Nevada is getting closer to taking its battle against cyberattacks to a new level.
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.