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Report: Nevada Governor "Wavers" On Support For Energy Choice

June 04,2018



In a report on a recent announcement by utility NV Energy concerning proposed renewable energy facilities, The Nevada Independent describes Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, whose term expires in January 2019 and is not eligible for re-election due to term limits, as "wavering" on his support for the Energy Choice Initiative.

While previously expressing support for choice, The Nevada Independent reports that Sandoval said that he has not made up his mind and is waiting to review reports from a task force and stakeholders

See the The Nevada Independent for more

Separately, Las Vegas Now (KLAS) asked each of the candidates running for the Republican nomination for governor about the Energy Choice Initiative. See their responses at the links below:

Adam Laxalt

Dan Schwartz

Jared Fisher

Fred Conquest

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Nevada   Deregulation   Electric Choice  

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