Transitioning to Clean Energy

Nevada has set a target requiring 100 percent clean energy by 2050. To meet this goal, everyone has to contribute in the transition. Fortunately, there are many choices available to help you participate in the clean energy revolution happening in our state.


Incentives and Rebates


  • Las Vegas has sunshine in abundance making solar an easy way to transfer to clean energy. NV Energy features the latest information on how you can install solar at your home or business.  In addition, incentives are available for:
    • lower income residents who want to make the switch to solar.
    • residents who want to pair energy storage with their solar array.

Energy Storage

  • Energy storage enables users to capture energy and store it for later use. While there are currently no statewide incentives for installing energy storage, NV Energy does have two types of incentives available:
    • homeowners may be eligible for incentives if a battery storage system is paired with solar.
    • commercial and industrial customers may be eligible for incentives both with and without a solar system.

Solar Water Heating

  • Southwest Gas provides rebates for qualifying solar water heating systems installed for its customers.

Heat Pumps

  • Heat pumps can provide heating and cooling in an energy efficient manner and save you money. Clark Public Utilities provides incentives to those who qualify and want to install heat pumps in their home.

Additional Programs

NV Energy Programs

NV Energy has multiple programs through Powershift for both residents and businesses including:

  • Home Energy Audit/Assessment
    • Customers can receive free energy audits to learn how they can save energy and money.
  • Smart Thermostat
    • Enables you to better control the temperature in your home or business to save energy and money.
  • Free Appliance Replacement
    • Replacements are available for qualified customers.
  • Business Energy Services
    • NV Energy works with businesses to reduce their costs and transition to clean energy.

Wind Energy

  • Wind turbines can provide you with renewable energy without emitting greenhouse gases.


Tips on Saving Money and Energy

  • Find out how you can reduce your energy consumption and save money in this handy guide from the U.S. Department of Energy.

U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) 

  • This organization has a ton of information to help building owners become more energy efficient.

Solar Guide

  • The city of Las Vegas has created a handy one-page information sheet that simply explains the process of installing solar.