Gov. Brian Sandoval on Thursday signed a bill into law that is expected to resurrect the rooftop solar industry in Nevada.
U.S. solar companies Tesla Inc. and Sunrun Inc. say they will resume selling rooftop panels in Nevada because legislators passed a bill reinstating a policy the state had abandoned 18 months ago.
Gov. Brian Sandoval said Monday he will sign a bill that supporters expect will bring the rooftop solar industry back to Nevada.
Senate Commerce and Labor Committee amends and unanimously approves bill that would pay a net metering credit of 95 percent of the retail rate to customers who generate electricity from rooftop panels.
Don’t plan on that medical marijuana apprenticeship just yet. If you’re applying for a state college scholarship program, plan to go to class full-time. And Nevada business owners won’t be forced to provide sick leave to workers.
Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association, said a “poison pill” amendment added to Senate Bill 226 in the Assembly late Friday threatens the future operation of transportation network companies in Nevada.
A bill increasing the amount of beer that could be produced by Nevada brew pubs is on its way to Gov. Brian Sandoval.
A bill that was amended in the Assembly late Friday could run Uber and Lyft out of business in Nevada, critics of the measure said Monday.
A bill seeking to resurrect Nevada’s rooftop solar industry would create new costs of more than $48 million a year over the 20-year life of the measure, an NV Energy analysis shows.
McDonald’s employees appeared outside the Sahara fast-food location to protest for higher minimum wage.