Nevada Utility to Shut Out Coal, Embrace Renewables

Nevada’s major public utility NV Energy announced Wednesday that it plans to shutter its four coal plants in southern Nevada and increase its investment in renewable energy and natural gas. Three of its coal plants will be shut down by 2014, and the fourth is scheduled to close its doors by 2017. NV Energy is calling its proposal “NVision,” and included it as an amendment in Senate Bill 123.

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