Agency looks to get NV Energy customers refunded
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- The Bureau of Consumer Protection is working to get consumers a little bit of money back from NV Energy.
The state agency is planning to file an argument for refunds with the Public Utilities Commission on July 17.
NV Energy made $22 million in profit last year. That works out to an 8.71-percent rate of return.
But the PUC only allows a rate of 8.17-percent.
The company also collected $10 million from consumers for lost-sales compensation.
The bureau wants that money returned to customers.