LVRJ: Clark County School District may pull the plug on NV Energy

On Thurs­day, the School Board is set to hear a pre­sen­ta­tion from Cap­i­tal Dynam­ics, an inde­pen­dent glob­al asset man­ag­er, to dis­cuss “poten­tial ener­gy sav­ings” of mil­lions of dol­lars for the dis­trict. The item was brought for­ward by Rick Neal, the district’s chief of staff.

The pro­pos­al, post­ed online on the dis­trict web­site, is a “sim­pli­fied solu­tion.” Cap­i­tal Dynam­ics would han­dle the exit appli­ca­tions with the Neva­da Pub­lic Util­i­ties Com­mis­sion and would pay the exit fee to NV Ener­gy if its with­draw­al was approved.

As part of the agree­ment, Cap­i­tal Dynam­ics would also agree to build a new 195 megawatts solar project in Neva­da. Tena­ka Pow­er Ser­vices would man­age the facil­i­ty and Switch, the Las Vegas-based data stor­age com­pa­ny, would pro­vide the pow­er sup­ply and devel­op­ment sup­port, accord­ing to the pre­sen­ta­tion.

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