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Come out on July 19th to show out for democracy!
The past New Orleans City Council violated New Orleanians’ constitutional rights at the critical public meetings concerning Entergy’s gas plant application — the Oct. 16th (last fall) public hearing, and the Feb 21st Utility Committee meeting.
The corrupted democratic process around Entergy’s gas plant proposal has made national headlines.
When: Thursday, July 19 at 10 am
Where: New Orleans District Court, Civil Division (421 Loyola Ave, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112)
Also, view our Calendar for important upcoming community events and meetings open to the public!
Mission: The Alliance for Affordable Energy safeguards Louisiana’s future by protecting consumers’ right to an affordable, equitable, and environmentally responsible energy system.
Vision: A future where energy works for everyone.
Founded in 1985, the Alliance for Affordable Energy promotes fair, affordable, environmentally responsible energy. From the start, we have advanced a philosophy that there is no conflict between lower energy costs and lower pollution, between good jobs and regulation, or between serving the public interest and making a reasonable profit. Because we are both a consumer advocate and public health advocacy organization, our policy work meets at the crossroads of social justice, sustainable economic development, and environmental protection.
The Alliance is the only consumer advocate non profit in Louisiana for utility customers. We fight for consumers through Education, Clean Energy, and Energy Efficiency. Our recent accomplishments demonstrate the important synergies between our technical policy work and community organizing. The Alliance for Affordable Energy is committed to promoting a new vision for energy policy in Louisiana, from an “energy state” to a “clean energy” leader in the South.