Coveted parking spaces are no longer just for the handicapped or employees of the month.
WASHINGTON — Sen. Harry Reid on Thursday called on the Senate to push forward a bill that seeks to broaden electricity networks and transfer potentially bountiful green energy to consumers.
I doubt there’s anyone who has not been affected in some way by the current economic crisis. This is a big deal — a game changer of major proportion. Things are tight and getting tighter, causing many of us to re-examine our lives and our assumptions about what we’ve so often taken for granted.
NV Energy’s two power company subsidiaries said Monday that they’ve requested approval from the state’s Public Utilities Commission to begin building a $470 million electric transmission line between Northern and Southern Nevada.
CARSON CITY — The chairman of a key Senate panel said Friday that a network of power transmission lines is a key factor in development of renewable energy in Nevada — a step that will help the state emerge as a leader in alternative energy production.
WASHINGTON — Sen. Harry Reid introduced legislation Thursday to speed development of a green-powered electricity system, an effort he said was a big part of his vision of a nation that might someday run on renewable energy.
CARSON CITY — Lawmakers questioned Wednesday how Senate Majority Leader Steven Horsford’s “green jobs” initiative would keep running once federal stimulus dollars are gone, and also asked about rules in the plan for contractors who would train and employ Nevadans.
CARSON CITY — Representatives of two Nevada commissions that would merge under a proposal from Gov. Jim Gibbons remained tight-lipped Wednesday about the effect of the merger on their job of improving the economy and generating revenue for the state.