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Finding Renewable Energy
Finding Renewable Energy

AIR DATE: October 2, 2012

Nevada law states that a share of the energy delivered to Nevadans must come from renewable energy resources. That share must be fifteen percent. NV Energy has been getting some of that energy, not from state renewable projects, but out of state sources. Is that hurting renewable energy projects in Nevada? Will dependence on just state projects jack up costs for consumer?



Bobby Hollis, Executive, Renewable Energy at NV Energy
David McGrath Schwartz, reporter Las Vegas Sun
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