2024 Gas & Energy Costs

Energy and Gas Costs Expected to Decrease

Southwest Gas and NV Energy recently announced that costs are expected to decrease throughout the rest of the year. Nevadans can learn more about Southwest Gas and NV Energy’s announcements below:

Payment Assistance Programs and Resources

While energy and gas costs are expected to decrease, there are payment assistance programs and resources available to Nevadans, including:

  • Nevada’s Energy Assistance Program (EAP) provides a supplement to assist qualifying low-income Nevadans with the cost of home energy. The EAP Program year begins July 1st and applications are accepted through June 30th. Applications are evaluated year-round or until funding is exhausted. Eligible households receive an annual, one time per year benefit customarily paid directly to their energy provider(s). For more information, please visit: the Division of Welfare Services Energy web page or you can call the program Monday through Friday, 8am-5 pm, at 775-684-0730 to speak with someone with the program.
  • NV Energy offers a variety of ways to reduce energy costs. Please visit: NV Energy's Here to Help web page for more information on these programs. Southern Nevada customers can call 702-402-5555 to speak with a representative who can connect them to services. Northern or rural Nevada customers can call 775-834-4444 to speak with a representative who can connect them to services.
  • For more information on the Southwest Gas payment assistance programs or flexible payment options, please visit Southwest Gas Special Programs web page or reach out to a Southwest Gas representative at 877-860-6020.
  • If you believe you may have received a fraudulent energy bill, please reach out to the Attorney General’s Bureau of Consumer Protection at 888-434-9989 or at aginquiries@ag.nv.gov