LVRJ: Energy choice backers say Nevada plan would lower electric bills

May 9, 2018

Supporters of the Energy Choice Initiative ballot measure released a study Wednesday that said Question 3 would lower energy bills, disputing a report from state regulators.

The study, paid for by the group pushing passage of Question 3, found that Nevadans would see their monthly bills decrease by roughly $11 per month as part of the proposed open and competitive market that the ballot measure would implement.

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