A Public Utilities Commission of Nevada telephonic consumer session will be held Thursday to discuss NV Energy rate reductions for customers. For Northern Nevada electric customers, the utility proposes to decrease rates an estimated $24.1 million or 3.47 percent across all rate classes, which would result in an estimated decrease in the average monthly residential bill of $2.09, or 2.92 percent.

The PUC session is to hear public comments regarding NV Energy’s applications to adjust deferred energy rates charged to customers. NV Energy filed deferred energy applications for its Southern Nevada electric operations and Northern Nevada electric and natural gas operations.

NV Energy’s deferred energy rate applications request the PUCN to approve its 2019 fuel and power expenses, and its proposed reset of rates to

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