An S&P Global report released last month said Nevada’s electricity prices dipped 14.5 percent between 2009 and 2018, the most among any state.
The average monthly bill would drop 69 cents from $46 to $45.31 for the average Southern Nevada single-family residential customer.
The PUC reaffirmed its order allowing Air Liquide to use an alternative energy provider
Southern Nevada residents can expect to their electricity bills to drop about $0.80 a month, starting this fall.
NV Energy claims a French manufacturing company was largely responsible for six explosions throughout Nevada substations between 2011 and 2017.