You Took Us for Granted
NV Energy overcharges the already-struggling Clark County School District by millions of dollars each year. CCSD is working on a plan to exit NV Energy’s monopoly and build a solar array to power most of the district’s schools. Ending NV Energy’s monopoly would leave more money to put in our classrooms, where it belongs.
As a monopoly, NV Energy sends billions of our dollars to their out of state corporate owner. Now, the company is spending $30 million in ratepayer money – your money – to keep up its monopoly.
Source: Energy & Policy Institute
You don’t care anymore
NV Energy is bad at serving its customers. According to JD Power Associates, it has one of the lowest customer satisfaction scores in the West in addition to multiple reliability standard violations per the North American Electric Reliability Corporation.
Source: JD Power Associates
It’s just not exciting anymore
NV Energy sabotaged the rooftop solar industry in Nevada and raised fees on solar customers by more than one hundred percent—not to mention a fee raise of forty percent for rooftop solar customers. NV Energy even refuses to close coal plants after promising to move towards renewable energy.