NV Energy exceeds Nevada’s renewable energy requirement

NV Energy recently filed its 2021 portfolio standard annual report for compliance with the Public Utilities of Nevada showing the achievement of a combined weighted average of 30.7 percent, marking the 12th consecutive year exceeding the state’s renewable energy requirement.

The company’s current portfolio consists of 57 large-scale geothermal, solar, solar plus storage, hydro, wind, biomass, and supported rooftop solar projects both in service and under development.

Recently, NV Energy filed for PUCN approval to add 25 megawatts of Nevada-based geothermal energy and to build a 220-megawatt grid-tied battery energy storage system on the site of the former coal-fired Reid Gardner Generating Station in Clark County.

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