3 takeaways: NV Energy’s solar-rate proposal sets stage for more heated debate

By Daniel Rothberg| February 2, 2016

When NV Energy announced last week that it would introduce a proposal allowing existing solar customers to keep a prior rate structure for a period of up to 20 years, many took it as a sign that existing solar customers would be shielded from bill increases approved by regulators in December.

But when the utility filed that proposal Monday with its regulator, the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, it offered the three-member panel seven proposals to deal with existing customers, leaving itself room for negotiation as the commission prepares to hold a hearing on the issue next week.

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