Nevada installers skeptical of NV Energy’s subscription solar plans

By Kelsey Misbrener Black Rock Solar array at Food Bank of Northern Nevada. Photo: Creative Commons
NV Energy, a Nevada utility, filed with the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada for a new subscription solar program that would allow residential and eventually business customers the option to meet up to 100% of their energy needs with solar power.
Nevada solar installer Sol-Up USA’s chief technical officer Tu Anh Tran thinks it would be great for ratepayers to have this new option. But she is skeptical of NV Energy’s intentions.
“NV Energy doesn’t have a good track record of doing things that benefit ratepayers,” Tran said.
Tran said NV

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