Southwest Gas blamed the latest quarterly increase on the 12-month average cost of natural gas.
NV Energy maintains it needs more direction from the state Legislature on how it should reduce its reliance on the expensive energy open market.
Though NV Energy is requesting a rate decrease for the summer months, the utility and Southern Nevada residents expect a summer with high electric bills.
Assembly Bill 524, sponsored by Assemblyman Howard Watts, details how electric utility would add in-state power generation, with a focus on renewables.
Residential customers of NV Energy could see a slight drop in their monthly electric bills during the hot summer months.
An assemblyman plans to introduce a bill that would direct NV Energy to generate more clean power in-state and buy less energy from elsewhere.
The Public Utilities Commission denied approval for part of an NV Energy plan meant to help Nevada reduce its use of coal.
The utility shared a plan to reduce electricity rates starting in July as consumers get ready for triple-digit summer temperatures.
The Nevada Mining Association is looking for new leadership as the industry prepares to play a key role in the development of renewable energy and electric vehicles.
The state’s largest utility firm, NV Energy, no longer wants to combine its two subsidiaries, more than a year after it first filed plans for the merger.
Southwest Gas will increase rates starting July 1, raising the company’s revenue in Nevada by about $11.8 million.
The latest rate hike from Southwest Gas and NV Energy took effect April 1, but there are a number of steps ratepayers can take to help trim utility bills.
The Greenlink Nevada project will place more than 500 miles of transmission lines in the state to help improve reliability and create access to renewable energy.
The EV Charging Summit and Expo wants to become a national trade show that grows with the EV industry.
Republican Gov. Joe Lombardo issued an executive order Monday outlining the state’s energy future, drawing a sharp contrast with the energy goals of his Democratic predecessor.