By Kyle Roerink |November 3, 2015
Next month, regulators will decide on a proposal for how NV Energy will supply customers with power in the future.
Known as the integrated resource plan, the power company’s proposal is a pitch made every three years to regulators about the company’s long-term strategy. The state’s energy gurus have been debating since June. Last week, officials representing gaming, renewable energy, conservation groups, state bureaucrats and NV Energy huddled at the Public Utilities Commission office to testify on the nearly 5,000-page plan. The commission will decide on a final plan by Dec. 28.
The conversations were wonky but the underlying question was simple: What will customers be paying for?