NRS 704.734
Surplus asset retirement plans: Filing

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For each asset which has been classified as surplus by an electric utility pursuant to NRS 704.7338 or reclassified as surplus by the Commission pursuant to NRS 704.7339, each electric utility which owns all or part of the asset shall file a surplus asset retirement plan with the Commission within 120 days after the asset has been classified or reclassified as surplus. Such a plan is subject to the approval of the Commission.


A surplus asset retirement plan must include:


A brief description of the asset, including without limitation, its generating capacity, its current condition and any details regarding ownership.


A plan for the decommissioning of the site, including without limitation, the closure of any remaining operational activities, any required environmental remediation, the removal and disposal of any physical assets deemed unsuitable for redevelopment and remediation, as determined by the Division of Environmental Protection of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources pursuant to NRS 704.7318, or, if decommissioning is underway or completed, a full description of the decommissioning program.


A marketing plan for the sale of the asset, prepared in consultation with the Office of Economic Development, which must disclose any environmental issues or other restrictions and emphasize the value of the asset in its marketplace.


A timeline for implementation of the plan, including without limitation, key dates for completion of benchmarks including a final sale date. To the extent reasonably possible, the timeline must indicate a final sale date that is within 30 months after commencement of the plan.

Source: Section 704.734 — Surplus asset retirement plans: Filing; contents., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-704.­html#NRS704Sec734.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

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