Founded in 1985 in New Orleans, the Alliance conducts community education campaigns on energy issues, helps citizens and businesses become more energy efficient, and promotes sustainable energy policy solutions. Learn More
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On the February 27, 2013 LPSC Business and Executive meeting, Commissioner Eric Skrmetta refused to allow public testimony on the issue of the Energy Efficiency rules. Because of his violation of allowing the public's right to speak, AAE, the Sierra Club, and the Louisiana Environmental Action Network decided to take action and file a lawsuit against the LPSC to hold Skrmetta accountable for his actions. Click here to read the press release and petition:
Just two months after the widely criticized decision to kill energy efficiency, the Public Service Commission is considering a power grab from Louisiana’s Solar PV owners. In response, the Alliance and GSREIA are proud to launch The Voices of Louisiana Solar, a new media project focused on highlighting stories from the solar community! Visit voicesofsolar.org to view more videos, share your own story, and get important policy updates!
The New Orleans City Council is expanding energy efficiency with a twenty year Integrated Resource Plan.They have opened a public comment period starting with a public meeting hosted by Entergy this Wednesday, February 20th, from 2:00pm-4:30pm at the UNO Lindy Boggs Conference Center (2045 Lakeshore Drive).