Almost a week after Pahrump utility Valley Electric Association’s annual meeting , the cooperative’s board president Ken Derschan has resigned.
Drew Las Vegas won’t open for another three years, but it’s already looking into leaving NV Energy.
Atlantis announced in a joint statement with NV Energy that it would withdraw its application with the Nevada Public Utilities Commission seeking permission to use an alternative power provider.
Tensions ran high at the Valley Electric Association’s annual meeting Saturday, with members accusing the board of hiding finances and ignoring concerns before the meeting was quickly adjourned.
On Monday, the Reno resort withdrew its filing asking for permission to use an alternative energy provider.
The $5 billion project would have included 100,000 mirrors and 10 towers that would have been able to store the sun’s energy and generate power after dark.
The audit, conducted in February by Bolinger, Segars, Gilbert Moss, looked at the cooperative’s statements of income, comprehensive income, patronage capital and cash flow.
The Public Utilities Commission of Nevada on Wednesday approved MSG Sphere’s request to leave NV Energy and use an alternative power provider — with no exit fee.
Switch has filed a lawsuit against the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, claiming the agency is retaliating against the data center company for leaving NV Energy.
The pledge by NV Energy to reduce costs and the withdrawal by Tenaska ends a precarious period for the utility monopoly after city leaders had considered joining a growing chorus of entities that have departed the electricity partner.
A group of members from Pahrump-based utility Valley Electric Association say the cooperative is refusing to let them oust the current board.
After years of watching some of its largest customers drop off one by one, NV Energy is fighting back. Twenty Nevadan entities have taken steps to leave the utility for another energy provider since 2005, with various entities searching for lower costs and more renewable resources.
Kathleen Keyes is set to be elected to Valley Electric Association’s board Thursday. She is moving in as dozens of members work to oust the directors who were in charge during a series of sexual harassment and embezzlement allegations.