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 Dkt No.Date FiledDescription
View20-0802208/31/2020Investigation and Rulemaking to consider adopting a new regulation in Chapter 703 of the Nevada Administrative Code that would enable the Commission, with respect to certain late-filed reports or remittances by utilities, to impose a late fee in lieu of requiring utilities to appear and show cause for certain violations jurisdictional to the Commission.
View20-0801408/20/2020Investigation regarding resource adequacy and planning to ensure that electric utilities' supply of energy is sufficient to satisfy demands and maintain reliable, continuous service.
View20-0703107/28/2020Investigation and Rulemaking to explore the propriety of tariff modifications and potential amendments to the Nevada Administrative Code in advancing the State's objectives regarding the over-appropriation of water in Basin 162.
View20-0202402/27/2020Investigation and Rulemaking to adopt a new regulation in Chapter 455 of the Nevada Administrative Code regarding damage to subsurface installations while using hand tools.
View20-0103801/30/2020Investigation and Rulemaking regarding utility infrastructure colocation issues and associated costs related to implementing Natural Disaster Protection Plans.
View19-1201912/20/2019Investigation to determine if Chapter 704 of the Nevada Administrative Code needs to be amended to allow for a review of long-term natural gas procurement contracts.
View19-1101911/15/2019Investigation to revise Nevada Power Company d/b/a NV Energy's and Sierra Pacific Power Company d/b/a NV Energy's NV GreenEnergy Rider schedules as appropriate.
View19-0901809/26/2019Investigation and Rulemaking to consider amending certain regulations contained in Chapter 455 of the Nevada Administrative Code regarding information provided to the association of operators on the location of subsurface installations.
View19-0901109/18/2019Investigation and Rulemaking to consider, amend, and/or adopt regulations establishing increased leak survey requirements for distribution pipelines transporting natural gas and/or liquefied petroleum gas.
View19-0701707/22/2019Investigation and Rulemaking to consider amending certain regulations contained in Chapter 704 of the Nevada Administrative Code relating to alternative sellers of discretionary natural gas service.
View19-0602906/18/2019Rulemaking to amend, adopt, and/or repeal regulations in accordance with Senate Bill 547 (2019).
View19-0602806/18/2019Rulemaking to amend, adopt, and/or repeal regulations in accordance with Assembly Bill 465 (2019).
View19-0601006/06/2019Rulemaking to amend, adopt, and/or repeal regulations in accordance with Senate Bill 358 (2019).
View19-0600806/06/2019Rulemaking to amend, adopt, and/or repeal regulations in accordance with Senate Bill 300 (2019).
View19-0202402/19/2019Investigation and Rulemaking to amend NAC 704.516 et seq. to establish additional procedures and guidelines necessary to ensure that a public utility’s use of the schedule and contracts contemplated under NAC 704.518 is consistent with Nevada law and does not result in unjust or unreasonable rates.
View18-1202112/21/2018Investigation and Rulemaking to evaluate whether Nevada regulations, specifically Nevada Administrative Code sections 704.9492 and 704.9496, are fully consistent with federal Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act authorities.
View18-1100611/13/2018Investigation and Rulemaking to consider alternatives to improve the water resource planning process and clarify the processes for seeking System Improve Rate eligibility for certain projects.
View18-0900809/17/2018Investigation and Rulemaking to examine current regulations governing Nevada’s Renewable Portfolio Standard to determine whether providers of electric service should be authorized to utilize alternative solutions, including, but not limited to, blockchain-based solutions to track and certify Nevada portfolio energy credits.