1. Nevada Regulators Approve NV Energy's First EV Infrastructure Program

    Nevada Regulators Approve NV Energy's First EV Infrastructure Program

    The Nevada Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has approved NV Energy's first electric vehicle infrastructure program, authorizing $15 million to incentivize the development of publicly available charging stations. Along with the EV program, the utility can spend $5 million each for small and large energy storage incentives. Those programs are also new, and have not been initiated yet. NV Energy plans to get them running no later than Sept. 1.

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    1. That was more of an encapsulated public demonstration program.
    2. The incentive was originally designed to support the market, and as equipment costs go down, there is less of a need for some of those incentives.
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