An advanced geothermal project has begun pumping carbon-free electricity onto the Nevada grid to power Google data centers there, Google announced Tuesday.
The cheapest gas prices in Las Vegas on Monday were $4.29 a gallon while the least expensive gas in the state was around $3.86 a gallon in the Wells, Wendover areas.
Though temperatures cooled in August, many Las Vegas Valley residents’ opinions about their power bills have not — or at least by much.
In an application to state regulators, Southwest Gas requested to increase its revenue by almost $70 million in order to meet costs and service requirements.
Regulators have approved a statewide rate for natural disaster prevention that would result in Southern Nevadans paying for Northern Nevada costs.
Average Las Vegas Valley gas prices have risen nearly 25 cents a gallon in the past week. There are two factors driving the spike, says a petroleum analyst.
After a spat between Nevada’s consumer advocate and NV Energy, state regulators issued a ruling that NV Energy must disclose more information on some its sponsorship costs to the public.
An ancient volcanic lakebed on the Nevada-Oregon border could hold the largest known deposit of lithium in the world, according to a recent study.
A facility located next to The Orleans is expanding, and the company said its products will be used on solar energy projects across the country.
Nevadans should expect to see lower gas rates in their bills heading into the final months of 2023 as Southwest Gas plans to decrease its rates in October.
At public meetings held by the Public Utilities Commission, residents voiced displeasure over the operations of utilities in the state and the costs of their utility bills.
Here are some tips to find electric vehicle charging stations that are available for public use.
The Public Utilities Commission is allowing NV Energy to continue its controversial method of recovering some disaster mitigation costs.
NV Energy submitted its fifth amendment to its Integrated Resource Plan that seeks approval to spend over $1.8 billion for infrastructure projects.
In a filing to the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, NV Energy has forwarded Sphere’s plan for 70 percent of its power needs to be met with a new solar energy plant.