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nV energY

Taking a

Custom Approach to

Electricity

Needs

for Relocating or Expanding Companies By Mary Simmons, Vice President, Business Development and Community Strategy, NV Energy

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our team of experienced economic development professionals, engineers and analysts can partner with your company to assist in a variety of ways to see if existing or additional infrastructure is needed to serve your business.

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nergy prices, availability and reliable service are a big part of the decision-making process for a company thinking of relocating or expanding a business in Nevada. At NV Energy we recognize that and have assembled a team of experts to work with you to provide the best customer service and reliable energy at the most reasonable price. When we receive your call about locating to Nevada, we begin a custom analysis of your business, how and when it operates, how much electricity you use and when it’s used. Following an initial analysis, we customize a team of experts to address your unique needs and meet with you. NV Energy engages a team that brings all of the necessary information and expertise together at one time. This team of experienced economic development professionals, engineers and analysts can partner with your company to assist in a variety of ways, including: evaluating your power needs, pricing and calculating utility rates, investigating available energy sources to see

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if existing or additional infrastructure is needed to serve your business. We can also facilitate site visits to help you find the best location for your company. Or, you can go to our Nevada Site Locator on NV Energy’s Economic Development website to search for land, building demographics and proximity to transportation. For interested customers, we offer renewable energy solutions from multiple sources. All of our customers are currently served by 42 different renewable energy projects powered by geothermal, solar, hydro, biomass and wind. We exceeded our 20 percent Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) for 2015, posting a 31.3 percent RPS. We are also developing the most cost-efficient ways to bring more solar energy to our customers by offering the NV GreenEnergy Rider program to our large customers. Our plans are to establish costs low enough to allow interested customers to be served with more clean energy at no more than a half-cent premium per kilowatt hour.

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PERSPECTIVES FROM NEVADA’S SIERRA REGION. 2016 Edition

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