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February 25, 2024

Nevada House of Representatives (NV House)

Southwest Energy Efficiency Project
Bill Would Require NV Energy to Examine Market Reliance
A bill to strengthen the IRP process for Nevada utilities and require them to increase their energy independence has emerged late in the legislature’s session.
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Nevada Bill Would Require Gas Company Efficiency, GHG Plans
The bill would require natural gas utilities to file a plan every three years; it's intended to make natural gas planning more transparent.
Nevada Dept. of Transportation
Nevada Panel Recommends Road Usage Charge for ZEVs
A Nevada advisory panel is recommending the state adopt a mileage-based road usage charge for ZEVs to replace lost gas tax revenues.
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Nevada Looks to Other States for Ways to Replace Gas Tax Revenues
A Nevada working group is looking for ways for the state to replace declining gas tax revenues as cars become more fuel-efficient and more drivers turn to EVs.
Nevada Office of the Governor
Many Next Steps to Follow Passage of Nevada Energy Bill
The Nevada governor’s office will soon be inviting interested parties to apply for a seat on a new task force that will advise the governor and lawmakers on bringing the …
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Nevada Legislature Wraps up with Host of Energy, Climate Bills
A bill that would allow the sale of gasoline containing up to 15% ethanol in Nevada is one of the energy-related bills awaiting the governor's signature.
Far-reaching Energy Bill Sweeps Through Nevada Legislature
Nevada lawmakers passed a bill that would require transmission providers in the state to join a regional transmission organization by January 2030.
Nev. Land-use, EE, Tx Buildout Bills Head for Home Stretch
A resolution to protect Nevada’s lands and waters is advancing in the legislature, but several energy-related bills have expired.
Bill Would Make NV Energy Aim Higher on EE
A Nevada bill calls on NV Energy to set ambitious targets for its EE programs and direct more energy-savings efforts to low-income customers.
Bill Would Tighten Oversight for Nevada Gas Providers
Nevada’s natural gas utilities would be required to seek approval for long-term infrastructure plans under a bill introduced in the state legislature.

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