NV Energy Inc. has abandoned its plan to charge customers for part of the price of its acquisition by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway.
A state agency wants NV Energy to pay back southern Nevada customers after an especially successful year.
The Public Utilities Commission has approved lower fees for NV Energy customers opposed to new smart meters.
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.
NV Energy wants to charge you, whether you use a smart-meter or not.
NV Energy officials say cooler weather — and less air conditioning usage in June in Las Vegas — is one reason the utility company’s second quarter net income dropped 65 percent.