When it comes to Question 3, the politically charged energy choice measure on the ballot in Nevada, a political line has been drawn over a single term: Deregulation.
Nevada’s largest casino industry trade group is throwing its support behind the effort to break up NV Energy’s electricity monopoly.
Nevada residents can expect to see a drop in electricity rates thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, according to a new analysis.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Friday appointed Ann Wilkinson to be the new chairwoman of Nevada’s Public Utilities Commission.
A draft environmental assessment obtained by foes would allow leases on all of the nearly 54,000 acres requested by an oil and gas developer but with restrictions that would force horizontal drilling from neighboring BLM land.
Four major clean energy advocacy groups announced Thursday that they oppose Question 3, the ballot initiative that would break up NV Energy’s monopoly and create an open energy market in Nevada.
It’s too difficult to predict whether Nevadans’ electricity rates would go up or down in an open energy market under Question 3, according to a local think tank’s report released last week.
The Bureau of Land Management is currently accepting public comments on two of the largest solar arrays ever built in Nevada and the first to incorporate batteries that will enable power delivery at night.
A new program from NV Energy could relieve range anxiety for electric vehicle owners by offering incentives for businesses, municipalities and others to install more charging stations across the state.
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.