The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled Friday that cheap imports of solar cells and panels have hurt American manufacturers, opening the door to higher tariffs.
Two environmental groups on Monday filed a lawsuit challenging the Bureau of Land Management’s June sale of oil and gas leases in Northern Nevada.
As nearly 20,000 solar power professionals gather in town this week for the industry’s largest U.S. conference, officials in Washington will be finalizing a decision that could ravage the industry like a tornado, executives and lobbyists say.
Consumer advocates are concerned about a proposed rate filing from NV Energy because it would raise the fixed monthly service charge by 31 percent.
The Trump administration is committed to finding a long-term disposal solution for the nation’s nuclear waste, but Congress first needs to fund the effort, a top Department of Energy official said Tuesday in Las Vegas.
The Nevada Public Utilities Commission approved an order Friday that establishes net metering policies aimed at helping the rooftop solar industry grow.
Bruce Breslow, director of the Department of Business and Industry, has been appointed to the Public Utilities Commission by Gov. Brian Sandoval.
“Our customers should not notice a thing,” said Kevin Geraghty, senior vice president of energy supply for NV Energy. “But a customer will never know the work that had to go into it.”
The hearings that begin Monday will review NV Energy’s filing for a proposed rate structure because of a new state law intended to boost the growth of net metering in Nevada.
The Nevada Public Utilities Commission is fast-tracking a proposed rate structure required by a new law that aims to increase the number of solar customers in Nevada.