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Peppermill files notice to leave NV Energy

Peppermill files notice to leave NV Energy Another hotel casino operator is planning to leave NV Energy and acquire electricity elsewhere. Peppermill Casinos, Inc., notified the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada that it wants to leave NV Energy. The owner of the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino in Reno is seeking to “purchase energy, capacity, and/or ancillary services from a provider of new electric resources” according to a filing with the PUC dated July 14. READ...

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PUCN Approves Proposal to Grandfather Net Metering Customers

PUCN Approves Proposal to Grandfather Net Metering Customers The Public Utilities Commission of Nevada approved our grandfathering proposal that will place eligible net metering customers on previous net metering rules and rates for 20 years. NV Energy will be reaching out directly to our customers who are eligible for grandfathering in the next few weeks to provide information as to what, if any, next steps they need to take regarding either their installed system or application. Following is a statement on today’s decision from Paul Caudill, NV...

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PG&E Tells Customers to Beware: Don’t be Spooked by Energy Savings Urban Legends

PG&E Tells Customers to Beware: Don’t be Spooked by Energy Savings Urban Legends SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Urban legends, myths, folklore: call them what you want. This Halloween, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is debunking energy savings urban legends by separating fact from fiction around five popular myths that just don’t add up. URBAN LEGEND THE FACTS Shifting energy use to the off peak hours during the evening will automatically save you money. Shifting your energy usage to the evening will not immediately save you money, unless...

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NV Energy hosts the Energize Compassion Coat and Luggage Drive

NV Energy hosts the Energize Compassion Coat and Luggage Drive RENO, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) — NV Energy invites the community to drop-off new or gently used coats and luggage at the office located at 6100 Neil Rd. in Reno between Monday, Oct. 24 & Wednesday, Oct. 26 from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Winter is fast approaching, which means it is time to start bundling up for the cold temperatures. There are many men, women and children in our community who don’t have a coat to keep them warm and there are children who are taken out of their homes without...

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Nevada starts to pull the plug on solar subsidies

Nevada starts to pull the plug on solar subsidies For years, Nevada taxpayers have spent millions subsidizing homeowners who install rooftop solar panels – but that’s about to end. In a controversial decision, the state is phasing out that subsidy over the next 12 years, a move being met with protests, lawsuits and even a failed bid to put the issue before voters. Last week, Nevada’s Supreme Court ruled that a referendum from solar activists challenging the decision would not be allowed on the November ballot. The changes and...

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What does Question 3, energy deregulation mean for Nevada?

What does Question 3, energy deregulation mean for Nevada? Nevadans won’t be just voting for their public servants of choice in the coming elections. Silver State voters will also have the opportunity to voice their support or disapproval of efforts to deregulate Nevada’s energy market through the ballot measure, Question 3. The measure seeks to amend the Nevada constitution by adding language that would open the state’s energy markets to competition. It is one of the key hot-button issues on energy that’s dominating the state after net...

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Legal challenge filed in court against Nevada energy competition ballot Question 3

Legal challenge filed in court against Nevada energy competition ballot Question 3 CARSON CITY — A ballot measure that would open Nevada’s electricity market to competition has been challenged in Carson City District Court. Question 3 would amend the state constitution to allow competition. It would have to pass twice, this year and in 2018, before it could take effect. Two individuals, one associated with the Nevada State AFL-CIO, which opposes the measure, filed the legal challenge arguing that it unlawfully directs a future Legislature to enact laws implementing the...

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