Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, as used in this chapter: A "Civil service" includes all offices and positions of trust or employment in the service of the state and in the service of the counties, cities, city health districts, general health districts, and city school districts of the state. B "State service" includes all offices and positions in the service of the state and the counties and general health districts of the state. C "Classified service" means the competitive classified civil service of the state, the several counties, cities, city health districts, general health districts, and city school districts of the state, and civil service townships.
Supplied in revision; A;NRS The term does not include a small-scale provider of last resort unless the provider is authorized by the Commission pursuant to NRS Persons engaged in the production and sale of natural gas, other than sales to the public, or engaged in the transmission of natural gas other than as a common carrier transmission or distribution line or system.
Persons engaged in the business of furnishing, for compensation, water or services for the disposal of sewage, or both, to persons within this State if: Persons not otherwise engaged in the business of furnishing, producing or selling water or services for the disposal of sewage, or both, but who sell or furnish water or services for the disposal of sewage, or both, as an accommodation in an area where water or services for the disposal of sewage, or both, are not available from a public utility, cooperative corporations and associations or political subdivisions engaged in the business of furnishing water or services for the disposal of sewage, or both, for compensation, to persons within the political subdivision.
Persons who are engaged in the production and sale of energy, including electricity, to public utilities, cities, counties or other entities which are reselling the energy to the public.
Persons who are subject to the provisions of NRS Persons who are engaged in the sale or use of special fuel as defined in NRS Persons who provide water from water storage, transmission and treatment facilities if those facilities are for the storage, transmission or treatment of water from mining operations.
Persons who are video service providers, as defined in NRS Persons who own or operate a net metering system described in paragraph c of subsection 1 of NRS Persons who for compensation own or operate individual systems which use renewable energy to generate electricity and sell the electricity generated from those systems to not more than one customer of the public utility per individual system if each individual system is: Persons who own, control, operate or manage a facility that supplies electricity only for use to charge electric vehicles.
The Commission may by subpoena require any person claiming to be exempt from regulation by reason of NRS The Office of Economic Development may participate in proceedings before the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada concerning a public utility in the business of supplying electricity or natural gas to advocate the accommodation of the State Plan for Economic Development developed by the Executive Director of the Office pursuant to subsection 2 of NRS Except as otherwise provided in subsection 6, the Commission shall levy and collect an annual assessment from all public utilities, providers of discretionary natural gas service and alternative sellers subject to the jurisdiction of the Commission.
Except as otherwise provided in subsections 3 and 4, the annual assessment must be: The total annual assessment must be not more than 4. The gross operating revenue of the utilities must be determined for the preceding calendar year.
In the case of: Added to NRS by; A;;;, ;;;;;;;,;;;, NRS On or before June 15 of each year, the Commission shall mail revenue report forms to all public utilities, providers of discretionary natural gas service and alternative sellers under its jurisdiction, to the address of those utilities, providers of discretionary natural gas service and alternative sellers on file with the Commission.
Each public utility, provider of discretionary natural gas service and alternative seller subject to the provisions of NRS The assessment is due on July 1 of each year, but may, at the option of the public utility, provider of discretionary natural gas service and alternative seller, be paid quarterly on July 1, October 1, January 1 and April 1.
The assessment computed by the public utility, provider of discretionary natural gas service or alternative seller is subject to review and audit by the Commission, and the amount of the assessment may be adjusted by the Commission as a result of the audit and review.
Any public utility, provider of discretionary natural gas service or alternative seller failing to pay the assessment provided for in NRS When a public utility, provider of discretionary natural gas service or alternative seller sells, transfers or conveys substantially all of its assets or, if applicable, its certificate of public convenience and necessity, the Commission shall determine, levy and collect the accrued assessment for the current year not later than 30 days after the sale, transfer or conveyance, unless the transferee has assumed liability for the assessment.
For purposes of this subsection, the jurisdiction of the Commission over the selling, transferring or conveying public utility, provider of discretionary natural gas service or alternative seller continues until it has paid the assessment.
The Commission may bring an appropriate action in its own name for the collection of any assessment and fee which is not paid as provided in this section. Every public utility shall furnish reasonably adequate service and facilities. Subject to the provisions of subsection 3, the charges made for any service rendered or to be rendered, or for any service in connection therewith or incidental thereto, must be just and reasonable.
Every unjust and unreasonable charge for service of a public utility is unlawful. Except as otherwise provided in NRS All telecommunication providers which offer the same or similar service must be subject to fair and impartial regulation, to promote adequate, economical and efficient service.
To maintain the availability of telephone service in accordance with the regulations adopted pursuant to NRS FOREWORD TO FOURTH EDITION by Bettina Bien Greaves.
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