New Orleans Dockets
We have created a full listing of Filings and Dockets. You can find them as well as any comments we have submitted within these folders.
Approval to to deploy advanced metering infrastructure, and request for cost recovery and related relief.
Resolution and order accepting the application of Entergy New Orleans, Inc. to recover emission allowance expenses incurred via result of compliance with the clean air interstate rule.
Rulemaking to establish integrate resource planning components and reporting requirements for Entergy New Orleans, Inc.
Application of Entergy New Orleans, Inc. proposed internal restructuring and for related relief.
Application of Entergy New Orleans, Inc. to construct New Orleans power station and request for cost recovery and timely relief.
Entergy New Orleans', Inc. plan for gas infrastructure rebuild.
Resolution regarding proposed rulemaking to established integrated resource planning components and reporting requirements for Entergy New Orleans, Inc.
An examination of potential opportunities of renewable technologies in the city of New Orleans.
UD-13-03 & UD-13-04
Resolution and order approving the proposed settlement terminating the Entergy system agreement in FERC docket No. ER14-75.
Show cause proceeding regarding Entergy New Orleans, Inc's utility operations.
Entergy New Orleans' report regarding Post-Hurricane Isaac response and recovery and storm recovery matters.
CURO is the staff advisor to the Council on all policy and franchise authority matters related to its regulatory responsibilities, who will provide direction and management of in-house staff, as well as the legal and technical consultants retained by the Council. The CURO acts as the liaison between the Council and other regulatory agencies, as well as elected officials. The CURO also acts as legal advisor in regulatory litigation matters.
The NOLA City Council is the legislative branch of New Orleans City government. The Council considers and enacts all local laws that govern the City of New Orleans. The Council also approves the operating and capital budgets for the City (View the current Council members)
While most of the U.S has state level commissions in charge of energy and utilities, New Orleans and Washington D.C. have separate city level councils to regulate energy utilities.
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