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Nevada Gov. Signs 50% RPS Law
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has signed a law (SB358) increasing the RPS to 50% for utilities and providers of new electric resources (retail suppli...
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R-J: Competition Forcing NV Energy To Lower Rates For Those Who Can Take Competitive Supply
The Las Vegas Review-Journal published an editorial observing that NV Energy is lowering rates to maintain customers who are eligible to take competit...
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Report: NV Energy Dominated Energy Industry Campaign Spending On 2018 Nevada Legislative Elections
The Nevada Independent reported that NV Energy spent $215,000 on 56 legislators in the 2018 Nevada elections, over 35% more than it spent in 2016. ...
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Amended Nevada Bill Would Allow Electric Utility To Offer Subscription Pricing
The Nevada Independent reports that an amendment to SB300 which was approved by a committee would allow utilities to offer "subscription" pricing for ...
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Switch Files Lawsuit Against Nevada PUC
Data center provider Switch has filed a lawsuit against the Nevada PUC, alleging that a petition filed by PUC Staff seeking an order declaring Switch ...
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Las Vegas Set To Remain With NV Energy As Competitive Supplier Withdraws Bid
The City of Las Vegas, Nevada is set to remain a supply customer of NV Energy after Tenaska withdrew an application to serve the city, according to mu...
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Report: NV Energy "Low Cost" Renewable Option For Business Would Raise Rates Of Other Customers
The Nevada Independent reports that a proposed program from NV Energy under which NV Energy would offer "low cost" renewable energy to C&I customers u...
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NV PUC Staff Allege Switch Is a Public Utility Due To Billing Electricity To Data Center Customers
The Regulatory Operations Staff ("Staff") of the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada ("Commission") filed a petition seeking an advisory opinion or...
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NV Energy Touts Interest In Revised Optional Pricing Program Rate
NV Energy said that, as of 3 p.m. March 25, 26 large customers from both northern and southern Nevada have formally submitted their interest in the re...
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Customers Of Nevada Co-op Seeking To Oust Leadership Due To High Rates, Alleged Embezzlement
A growing number of customers of the Valley Electric Association in Nevada are seeking to oust the co-op's leadership due to increased rates, high sal...
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Update: Las Vegas City Leaders Weigh Leaving Utility For Competitive Supply
The City Council of Las Vegas, NV considered at its March 6 meeting a renewable energy agreement with NV Energy, or leaving the utility for competitiv...
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NV Energy Offers Eligible Commercial Customers "Low-Cost Renewable Energy Rate Option"
NV Energy said that it has filed additional information with the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada (PUCN) about the Nevada GreenEnergy Rider (NGR...
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City Of Las Vegas Considering Taking Competitive Supply, Provider Named
The Las Vegas Review Journal reports that the City of Las Vegas is considering taking competitive electric supply from Tenaska Power Services Co. and ...
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Raiders Receive Approval To Take Competitive Supply
The Nevada PUC has approved the application of LV Stadium Events Company, LLC (the "Raiders") to take competitive electric supply, the Las Vegas Revi...
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Report: Companies Leaving NV Energy Could Affect Remaining Customers
The Las Vegas Review-Journal published a round-up of customers filing applications to leave NV Energy bundled supply in favor of competitive supply du...
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