By: Angel De Fazio, Investigative Reporter
Fast-food chain Wendy’s once had an elderly, spritely woman named Clara utter this famous question promoting its hamburgers. The PUC has not answered a similar question.
Where’s the proposed ruling?
The controversial draft decision regarding who will pay what for existing and new residences equipped with solar panels has not been issued. The subject is to be considered by Commissioners tomorrow morning, Tuesday, December 22nd. But as of 5:00 p.m. on the 18th, no information has been released to the public for its review. Where is the draft decision? As currently for the agenda meeting on the 22nd, according to the currently released draft orders etc., there are over 384 pages to read, review and formulate an opinion.
Public Utilities Commission (PUC) Commissioner Noble Will Need Time Management Skills for the Upcoming NV Energy General Rate Cases
By: Angel De Fazio
PUC Commissioner David Noble has been presiding over the temporary and permanent net metering dockets determining compensation to those with rooftop solar electricity generation systems and NV Energy (NVE).
Thus far, the relatively few Nevadans with solar panels have been compensated at artificially subsidized rates for the electricity they generate but do not use themselves. These subsidies are continuing to be borne by other ratepayers.