NV Energy Offers GreenEnergy Riders From New Solar Source


NV Energy says it will offer customers energy from a new solar energy resource to be constructed in Clark County, Nev.

According to the utility, opportunities are available to customers with larger than 1 MW of demand and follow the guidelines of Nevada’s NV GreenEnergy Rider initiative, which the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) of Nevada approved in 2013.

NV Energy will work with interested customers through the summer, and the resulting NV GreenEnergy Rider agreements with qualifying customers will be submitted to the Nevada PUC for approval by Aug. 15.

“Even though all of our customers are already served by more than 40 renewable energy resources located across Nevada, we fully appreciate and applaud the desire of some customers to be served by more renewable energy and to reduce or eliminate their reliance on fossil fuels,” says NV Energy Vice President of Energy Supply Kevin Geraghty.

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