Our work continues.
Despite solid victories that keep Nevada on course to lead the nation in clean energy generation and use, we have more work to do. Governor Sandoval vetoed two bills that would have cemented the state’s clean energy future.
We must still increase the state’s clean energy standard, requiring utilities to get a higher percentage of our power from renewable sources, and allowed neighbors to band together and share the costs and benefits of community “solar gardens.”
Voters in Nevada will also have the chance to vote on a proposal for the Energy Choice Initiative, which would allow energy consumers to buy electricity on the open market. In 2016, a huge majority of voters supported this measure as a way to expand access to clean energy. RenewNVand clean-energy advocates are working to ensure boosting renewable energy is a central consideration when implementing Energy Choice.
RenewNV and its partners hope you will join us in this important work!