Solar Power Plant Commissioned to Serve Las Vegas ValleyOfficials have flipped the switch on a solar power plant southeast of Las Vegas.
Data Center Company Switch Finally OK'd to Leave NV EnergyData center company Switch can leave NV Energy's monopoly and buy its own power from other sources, more than two years after it first moved to break free from the company and just as a Switch-led campaign to bring "energy choice" to all Nevadans gains momentum.
Pre-Dawn Fire Guts Abandoned Vegas NV Energy BuildingFire officials say no one was injured but an abandoned NV Energy was gutted by flames in an early morning blaze east of downtown Las Vegas.
Windy Weather Leaves Power Out Across NevadaWindy weather left almost 2,300 homes and businesses without power in the Las Vegas area, while NV Energy reports that electricity has been restored to all but about 600 customers affected by scattered outages in northern Nevada.
Energy Deregulation Opponents Sue Over Nevada Ballot MeasureOpponents of a measure that seeks to break up NV Energy's monopoly and deregulate electricity markets are suing to keep it off the Nevada ballot.
Fifteen Las Vegas Strip Properties Unplugging From NV Energy GridNobody will flip a switch, and lights aren't expected to flutter on casino floors when 15 Las Vegas Strip properties start parting ways overnight with NV Energy.
PUC OKs Grandfathering, Resolves Major Issue in Solar DebateThe Nevada Public Utilities Commission has approved a deal that will restore older, more favorable rates to about 32,000 customers who installed or applied for a rooftop solar system before this year.
Settlement Reached in Effort to 'Grandfather' Solar UsersNV Energy and SolarCity have reached a tentative agreement that could restore older, more favorable rates to about 32,000 customers who installed or applied for a rooftop solar system before this year.
High Energy Bills Push Some Pot Growers to Use Less PowerWith voters set to decide a recreational pot measure in November, marijuana growers in Nevada are looking to make their cultivation centers more energy efficient.
NV Energy Wants New Solar Farm, Faster Coal Plant ClosureNV Energy wants to shut down a coal-fired power plant in southern Nevada 10 months earlier than planned.
Justices Deciding If Solar Referendum Qualifies for BallotNevada Supreme Court justices are considering whether to allow a measure reversing a recent rooftop solar rate hike onto the November ballot.
NV Energy Seeks Solar Grandfathering on Eve of Court HearingNV Energy wants to return existing rooftop solar customers to older, more favorable rates for the next 20 years.