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The Public Utilities Commission has approved lower fees for NV Energy customers opposed to new smart meters.
NV Energy customers will enjoy slightly lower power bills next year.
NV Energy customers who don’t want a smart meter will have to wait a little longer.
The state Public Utilities Commission has approved a plan for NV Energy customers who don’t want a “smart meter” in their home.
Thousands of customers who don’t want one of NV Energy’s “smart meters” will pay for their decision.
Southwest Gas customers will pay more under a rate increase approved by the Nevada Public Utilities Commission.
Southwest Gas has asked the state Public Utilities Commission for a 6.2 percent increase to cover higher operating costs.
State officials are setting a 7-cent monthly tax on telephone lines to fund phone services for up to 10,000 deaf Nevadans.
NV Energy officials are defending their use of smart meters before the state Public Utilities Commission today.
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