Conflicting reports underline tough path for preparing for energy choice ballot question

May 10, 2018

By Riley Snyder

Say NV Energy had five years to sell all of its power plants and all of its long-term contracts that ensure an adequate electric supply for all of its 1.1 million Nevada residential customers.

Would it make a profit? Or would it lose hundreds of millions of dollars?

Any final answer is practically impossible to determine, given the multitude of factors that make it difficult to predict electric market conditions several years out.

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Elko Daily News: The crux of ballot Question 3, energy choice

ELKO — The passage of Question 3, or the Energy Choice Initiative, promises to change the way Nevadans generate, buy and sell electricity. For Elko-area electricity users, the proposed shift to a competitive market for electricity would affect the two monopolies serving the northeastern corner of the state, while allowing...