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Approval in Nevada for large-scale solar-plus-storage projects to replace coal

With the North Valmy Generating Station in Winnemucca, Nevada scheduled for retirement, utility NV Energy needs to replace it by 2025. The company signed contracts with renewables developer Primergy to purchase two solar-plus-storage facilities totalling 600MW of solar PV paired with 480MW of battery storage.

01/25/22
                                                               

Nevada ranks in the top 10 states for biggest solar economy

Solar panels have become normalized among landscapes, spotted everywhere from the open spaces of deserts to rooflines of dense residential areas. Installed on rooftops, covered carports, parking lots, and even closed landfills, solar accounted for 3% of America’s electricity in 2020, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). That number may seem small now—but the figure is projected to climb to 20% by 2050.

01/19/22
                                                               

Pilot project in Nevada aims to convert oil wells into geothermal producers

Geothermal development company Transitional Energy announced that it was selected to receive a $2,500,000 award from the U.S. Department of Energy Geothermal Technologies Office (GTO). The award is to support the transition of hydrocarbon wells into geothermal wells, helping to advance the Biden-Harris Administration’s goals of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 and a carbon-free grid by 2035, we reported on the four projects that received the grants. This project will install state-of-the-art, American-made geothermal heat engines at Blackburn Oilfield in Nevada for electrical power production.

01/17/22
                                                               

City of Las Vegas building projects are designed to save energy, water

Enter any building owned by the city of Las Vegas — take City Hall, for example — and know that the bright lights and cool air have been powered by 100% sustainable energy since 2016, just one aspect of how the city is staying ahead of the curve in sustainability efforts.

11/10/21
                                                               

Visualizing the Global Demand for Lithium

With the ongoing shift to electric vehicles (EVs) and clean energy technologies, governments and EV manufacturers are rushing to secure their supply chains as demand for lithium soars.

09/29/21
                                                               

NV Energy Foundation awards $246K in energy grants to 4 nonprofits

The NV Energy Foundation announced this month it awarded $246,000 in Clean Energy Access for Nevada (CLEAN) grants to four Nevada nonprofits: Envirolution, Faith Organizing Alliance, Las Vegas Indian Center and Make the Road Nevada.

09/24/21
                                                               

‘We live in a desert. We have to act like it’: Las Vegas faces reality of drought

By Oliver Milman Photo: David McNew/Getty Images

Investigator Perry Kaye jammed the brakes of his government-issued vehicle to survey the offense. “Uh oh this doesn’t look too good. Let’s take a peek,” he said, exiting the car to handle what has become one of the most existential violations in drought-stricken Las Vegas – a faulty sprinkler.

07/09/21
                                                               

NEVADA LAWMAKER REFLECTS ON NEED TO DIVERSIFY RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES

During Nevada’s recently concluded biennial legislative session, Senator Pat Spearman sponsored Senate Concurrent Resolution 10, a measure that would have mandated a study to explore new energy resources in Nevada. The legislation died quietly in the Assembly Ways and Means Committee.

06/28/21
                                                               

Nevada Pushes Accelerator On Renewables, Transmission Lines

Nevada upped its bet on renewable energy when Gov. Steve Sisolak signed legislation speeding the development of a $2.5 billion electric transmission line through the heart of the state.

06/22/21
                                                               

Nevada passes clean energy bill requiring state to join RTO, accelerating $2B transmission project

The Nevada legislature on Monday approved a sweeping clean energy bill that aims to accelerate construction of a massive transmission project, increase spending on electric vehicle infrastructure and require that the state join a regional transmission organization (RTO) by 2030.

 

06/04/21