Entergy Hits Pause on Gas Plant… - What does Entergy know that we don’t? After Entergy hits pause on gas plant idea in New Orleans East, neighbors are demanding research be made public (New Orleans, LA) February 17, 2016 – This Tuesday Entergy filed a motion to temporarily suspend the City Council’s proceeding on its application for a proposed $216 million […]
Experts: Is Entergy’s proposed plant in the Public Interest? NOPE. - On Friday, January 6, the Public Interest Intervenors, a coordinated group of advocates including the Alliance for Affordable Energy, the Deep South Center for Environmental Justice, and the Sierra Club, submitted expert testimony to oppose Entergy’s proposal to build a new gas plant in New Orleans East. According to the testimony from a utility economist with […]
- On December 21,2016 the Louisiana Public Service Commission met in New Orleans. One agenda item discused will impact all Entergy Louisiana customers. Due to a nuclear power plant mistake at the Waterford 3 facility customers will receive a credit on their January 2017 bill to help compensate for the costs associated with correcting the costly […]
City Council gets earful about Entergy’s proposed power plant - On December 12th the City Council Utility Regulatory Office (CURO) hosted a public hearing for community members to voice their thoughts about Entergy’s proposed natural gas power plant. Over 100 people attended the hearing. The vast majority of speakers urged city council not to approve the construction of the 226 MW Combustion Turbine natural gas […]
Alliance C.E.O. discusses energy policy in Monroe, LA - The Alliance for Affordable Energy has hosted a series of town hall meetings throughout Louisiana. These town hall meetings are intended to discuss energy policy in Louisiana. Alliance for Affordable Energy C.E.O. Casey DeMoss spoke in Monroe about energy policy in Louisiana. For the full story click on the link below.