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BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF NEVADA Application of Nevada Power Company d/b/a NV Energy for approval of fuel and purchased ) power expenses and to reset the Temporary Renewable Energy Development charge, reset all ) components of the Renewable Energy Program Rates, reset the Base Energy Efficiency Program ) Rates, reset the Base Energy Efficiency Implementation Rates, reset the Energy Efficiency ) Docket No. 19-03001 Program Amortization Rate, reset the Energy Efficiency Implementation Amortization Rate, and ) refund the total amount of Base Energy Efficiency Implementation Rate revenue received in 2018, ) including carrying charges. ) ____________________________________________________________________________ ) Application of Sierra Pacific Power Company d/b/a NV Energy for approval of fuel and purchased ) power expenses and to reset the Temporary Renewable Energy Development charge, reset all ) components of the Renewable Energy Program Rates, reset the Base Energy Efficiency Program ) Rates, reset the Base Energy Efficiency Implementation Rates, reset the Energy Efficiency ) Docket No. 19-03002 Program Amortization Rate, reset the Energy Efficiency Implementation Amortization Rate, and ) refund the total amount of Base Energy Efficiency Implementation Rate revenue received in 2018, ) including carrying charges. ) ____________________________________________________________________________ ) Application of Sierra Pacific Power Company d/b/a NV Energy for approval of natural gas ) Docket No. 19-03003 expenses and to reset all components of the Renewable Energy Program Rate. ) ____________________________________________________________________________ ) NOTICE OF CONSUMER SESSION AND NOTICE OF HEARING Nevada Power Company d/b/a NV Energy (“NPC”) filed with the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada (“Commission”) an Application, designated as Docket No. 19-03001, for approval of fuel and purchased power expenses for the 12-month period ending December 31, 2018. The Application also requests authorization to reset the Temporary Renewable Energy Development (“TRED”) charge, reset Renewable Energy Program Rates (“REPR”), reset the Base Energy Efficiency Program Rates (“Base EEPR”), reset the Base Energy Efficiency Implementation Rates (“Base EEIR”), reset the Energy Efficiency Program Amortization Rate (“Amortization EEPR”), reset the Energy Efficiency Implementation Amortization Rate (“Amortization EEIR”), and refund the total amount of Base EEIR revenue received in 2018, including carrying charges. NPC requests the following rates to be applied per kilowatt-hour (“kWh”): Rate ($/kWh) TRED (all residential schedules) TRED (all non-residential schedules) REPR (all residential and non-residential schedules) Amortization EEPR credit Amortization EEIR credit Base EEIR (residential single-family class (“RS class”))1 Base EEPR (RS class)2 2018 $0.00086 $0.00067 $0.00077 $(0.00040) $0.00003 $0.00022 $0.00240 2019 $0.00070 $0.00068 $0.00070 $(0.00041) $(0.00002) $0.00028 $0.00301 NPC states that, consistent with the Commission’s Order in Docket No. 13-04014 and the resulting modifications to Nevada Administrative Code (“NAC”) 704.9523(4), NPC is proposing to refund the total amount of EEIR revenue received in 2018, including carrying charges, on a class-specific basis, which NPC states results in a total refund of $4,788,424.00 NPC further states that of the $4,788,424.00 total, $2,236,563.00 was recovered from the RS class and that the refund of this amount will result in an adjustment credit for the RS class of $0.00030. Pursuant to paragraph 468 of the Commission’s December 19, 2018, Modified Final Order in Docket No. 17-06003, NPC filed its earning sharing calculation. NPC states that the earnings sharing amount, grossed up for taxes, is $43,302,000.00. In accordance with paragraphs 467 and 468 of the Commission’s December 19, 2018, Modified Final Order in Docket No. 17-06003, the instant Deferred Energy Accounting Adjustment Docket will be utilized to review NPC’s excess earnings; the instant docket will not be utilized for allocating such earnings to NPC’s ratepayers, as that issue is reserved for NPC’s next general rate case proceeding. Pursuant to NAC 704.0097, NPC requests a deviation from NAC 701B.140(a), 701B.495(a), and 701B.675(a). Sierra Pacific Power Company d/b/a NV Energy (“SPPC” and, collectively with NPC, “NV Energy”) filed with the Commission an Application, designated as Docket No. 19-03002, for approval of fuel and purchased power expenses for the 12-month period ending December 31, 2018. The Application also requests authorization to reset the TRED charge, reset the REPR, reset the Base EEPR, reset the Base EEIR, reset the Amortization EEPR, reset the Amortization EEIR, and refund the total amount of Base EEIR revenue received in 2018, including carrying charges. SPPC requests the following rates to be applied per kWh: Rate ($/kWh) 2018 2019 TRED (all residential and non-residential schedules) $0.00098 $0.00093 REPR (all residential and non-residential schedules) $0.00365 $0.00084 Amortization EEPR credit $(0.00037) $(0.00012) Amortization EEIR credit $0.00004 $(0.00001) $0.00015 $0.00019 Base EEIR (residential single-family class (“D-1 class”))3 Base EEPR (D-1 class)4 $0.00195 $0.00234 SPPC states that, consistent with the Commission’s Order in Docket No. 13-04014 and the resulting modifications to NAC 704.9523(4), SPPC is proposing to refund the total amount of EEIR revenue received in 2018, including carrying charges, on a class-specific basis, which SPPC states results in a total refund of $1,161,761.00. SPPC further states that of the $1,161,761.00 total, approximately $359,000.00 was recovered from the D-1 class and that the refund of this amount will result in an adjustment credit for the D-1 class of $0.00018. Pursuant to NAC 704.0097, SPPC requests a deviation from NAC 701B.140(a), 701B.495(a), and 701B.675(a). SPPC filed with the Commission an Application, designated as Docket No. 19-03003, for approval of natural gas expenses for the 12-month period ending December 31, 2018, and to reset all elements of the REPR. SPPC requests the REPR to be changed from $(0.00040) to $(0.00141) per therm. SPPC states that the overall effect of granting the relief requested is to decrease annual revenue by $172,603.00, or 0.19 percent over all classes of customers. NV Energy filed the Applications pursuant to the Nevada Revised Statutes (“NRS”) and the NAC Chapters 703 and 704, including, but not limited to NRS 704.110 and 704.187. Pursuant to NRS 703.190 and NAC 703.527 et seq., NV Energy requests that certain materials in the Applications receive confidential treatment. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Commission has scheduled a CONSUMER SESSION in these Dockets to be held as follows: TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 2019 6:00 P.M. 9075 West Diablo Drive, Suite 250 Las Vegas, Nevada 89148 VIA VIDEO CONFERENCE TO Hearing Room A Public Utilities Commission of Nevada 1150 East William Street Carson City, Nevada 89701 Interested persons may appear and be heard regarding the above-captioned matters and the effect these matters may have on their utility service. Representatives from NV Energy will be present at the consumer session to answer questions. Public comments may be limited to five minutes per speaker. To accommodate individuals who attend the consumer session who are sensitive to fragrance and chemical products, please use sparingly or not at all: perfumes, colognes, and perfumed body lotions, aftershave, hair products, etc. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Commission has also scheduled a HEARING in these Dockets to be held as follows: TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2019 10:00 A.M. 9075 West Diablo Drive, Suite 250 Las Vegas, Nevada 89148 VIA VIDEO CONFERENCE TO Hearing Room A Public Utilities Commission of Nevada 1150 East William Street Carson City, Nevada 89701 The hearing may be continued from day to day as necessary. At this time, the Commission has scheduled the hearing to be held from August 13, 2019, through August 16, 2019. The Commission is not responsible for providing clerical or administrative assistance or materials to parties during Commission proceedings. If such assistance is necessary, parties must make other arrangements for this type of assistance. The filing is available for public viewing at the Commission’s website at: http://puc.nv.gov and at the offices of the Commission: 1150 East William Street, Carson City, Nevada 89701 and 9075 West Diablo Drive, Suite 250, Las Vegas, Nevada 89148. By the Commission, ___________________________________ TRISHA OSBORNE, Assistant Commission Secretary Dated: Carson City, Nevada 05/01/19 (SEAL) NPC requests a different Base EEIR for each rate class. NPC requests a different Base EEPR for each rate class. 3 SPPC requests a different Base EEIR for each rate class. 4 SPPC requests a different Base EEPR for each rate class. 1 2 May 9

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