NV Energy has announced that it has issued a request for proposals to add new renewable energy projects to its portfolio. This announcement comes on the heels of the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada's (PUCN) December 2019 approval of 1,190 megawatts of new solar energy and 590 megawatts of battery storage to be built in Nevada and serving customers by Jan. 1, 2024.
"We continue our commitment to our customers to expand our use of renewable resources while working to reduce energy costs for our customers," said Doug Cannon, NV Energy President and Chief Executive Officer. "We expect these new projects to provide some of the lowest-cost renewable energy available, which will directly benefit our customers."
The request for proposals pursues solar, geothermal, wind, biomass and biogas technology projects that are compliant with Nevada's existing renewable portfolio standards. NV Energy will also consider adding supplemental energy storage systems that are integrated with the proposed renewable energy resource and stand-alone energy storage systems. Projects will be competitively evaluated on a number of factors, including best value to customers of NV Energy and creation of economic benefits to the State of Nevada.
NV Energy requests that all parties interested in becoming a bidder for this opportunity register on the company's website here and follow each of the directives under the "Steps to Complete" section of the website.
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