In Nevada and nationally, citizens saw a slight dip in gas prices — the first decrease since early May.
Fulcrum BioEnergy’s Sierra BioFuels Plant in Storey County will be the first plant in the nation to turn solid waste into synthetic oil that can be processed into aviation fuel.
Prices at the pump in the Silver State have failed to let up, sending Nevada into the No. 2 spot for highest gas prices in the country.
Nevada gas prices set a record high Wednesday, reaching an average of $5.34 per gallon— 3 cents higher than the prior week.
Air Liquide held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday at its $250 million project in North Las Vegas.
Air Liquide says its new facility in Apex is the largest of its kind in the U.S.
Resorts World guests can rent the electric cars on-site through a new partnership between the hotel-casino and rental company.
Las Vegas-headquartered MP Materials announced Thursday that it broke ground on a 200,000-square-foot rare earth magnetics manufacturing facility in Fort Worth, Texas.
NV Energy has shut down power to more than 400 customers in the Mount Charleston area due to an elevated fire risk as strong winds swept through the region Tuesday.
The Las Vegas utility company’s board of directors on Monday announced it plans to review a range of alternatives to Carl Icahn’s unsolicited bid, and shareholders approve.
A developer believes its wind energy project can co-exist with the proposed Avi Kwa Ame National Monument and meet the needs of 100,000 homes. The route appears steep.
New all-time highs for gasoline prices led to long lines for wholesale gas and surprised drivers filling up elsewhere. “You just gotta grin and bear it,” Las Vegan Keaton Johns said.
The Nevada Supreme Court ruled that Southwest Gas must prove expenses are justified if it wants to recover costs. The ruling affirmed a lower court ruling and a Public Utilities Commission decision.
Solar panels have become normalized among landscapes, spotted everywhere from the open spaces of deserts to rooflines of dense residential areas.