NEVADA, June 28 2017 - Clean energy supporters in Nevada are calling two of Governor Brian Sandoval’s recent vetoes a “serious misstep.” He said “no” to Assembly Bill 206, which called for a 40 percent clean energy increase over the next 15 years. Sandoval also rejected Senate Bill 392, proposing community solar gardens. The governor signed nine other energy efficiency bills into law, including one requiring new power sources to produce clean energy. Jessica Scott, Interior West Director for Vote Solar, called the vetoes “a missed opportunity” but added that “the nine energy bills signed into law this year signal that Nevada will once again participate in our nation’s growing clean energy economy.” Click here to learn more.
Solar power advocacy groups criticize Nevada governor’s RE vetoes.