30 Jan '17, 4am

NV Energy asks for reversal on favourable net metering decision

NV Energy asks for reversal on favourable net metering decision

The utility is arguing that the order is incorrectly directing savings to a limited number of new solar customers. Source: NV Energy Nevada’s monopoly utility NV Energy has asked the Public Utilities Commission to reconsider its recent decision to largely dissolve the state’s controversial net metering rates that were blamed for bringing the rooftop solar industry to a halt. The decision filed on 22 Dececmber 2016 restored more favourable rates for up to 1,250 future residential solar consumers under Sierra Pacific Power in Northern Nevada for a three-year period beginning 1 January 2017 to 31 December 2019. The approval of the draft order was hailed as a victory at the time, with chairman Joseph Reynolds saying: “Abraham Lincoln one said that ‘bad promises are better broken than kept’. The PUCN’s prior decisions on [net metering], in several respects, maybe best viewed as...

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