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Energy Choice Supporters Present Study Showing Choice Would Lower Nevada Electric Bills

May 10,2018



During a meeting yesterday of the Nevada Governor's Committee on Energy Choice, supporters of the energy choice initiative presented a study showing that customers would see their bills decrease by $11 per month as a result of electric choice, rebutting a report from the PUCN which had said that bill increases were likely, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports

The report from choice supporters forecast lower "stranded" costs versus the PUCN report, forecasting higher sale prices to various assets. It also took into account certain savings from federal tax changes

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Nevada   Electric Choice   Deregulation  

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