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.
Reno's Peppermill Resort to Leave NV EnergyA Reno hotel casino is planning to leave NV Energy and acquire its electricity elsewhere.
NV Energy Planning to Buy Gas-Fired Power Plant in ArizonaNevada's dominant electric utility says it plans to acquire and improve a gas-fired power plant in Arizona to meet energy demands in coming years.
Switch Sues, Says It Got Bad Deal When It Tried to Go SolarData storage center company Switch is suing Nevada electricity regulators and NV Energy after it says it got an unfair deal when it tried to leave the grid.
Vegas Casino Firms MGM Resorts, Wynn File to Exit Power GridCasino companies MGM Resorts International and Wynn Resorts are telling state utility regulators they intend to pull the plug from regional utility Nevada Power and obtain their electricity from the wholesale market starting Oct. 1.
Sands is Primary Donor to Effort to Break NV Energy MonopolyCampaign finance reports show the Las Vegas Sands is almost singlehandedly funding a ballot effort to break up NV Energy's monopoly.
Rooftop Solar Company Sunrun Drops Suit Against Sandoval