1. “Electric utility” means any public utility or successor in interest that:
(a) Is in the business of providing electric service to customers;
(b) Holds a certificate of public convenience and necessity issued or transferred
pursuant to chapter 704 of NRS; and
(c) In the most recently completed calendar year or in any other calendar year within
the 7 calendar years immediately preceding the most recently completed calendar year,
had a gross operating revenue of $250,000,000 or more in this state.
2. The term does not include a cooperative association, nonprofit corporation, nonprofit
association or provider of electric service which is declared to be a public utility
pursuant to NRS 704.673 and which provides service only to its members.
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