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.
Rulemaking proceeding to consider the process for how any future Requests For Proposals (RFP) for generating resources or purchase power agreements issued by Entergy New Orleans, LLC shall be conducted
New Orleans Dockets
Inquiry into establishing a Smart Cities Initiative for the City of New Orleans and directing Entergy New Orleans, LLC to report with respect to matters related to Grid Modernization
Resolution directing Entergy New Orleans, Inc. to investigate and remediate electric service disruptions and complaints and to establish Minimum Electric Reliability Performance Standards and financial penalty mechanisms
Application of Entergy New Orleans, Inc. for approval to construct Distributed Generation-Scale Solar Photovoltaic systems and request for cost recovery relief
Application of Entergy New Orleans, Inc. (ENO) Regarding Continued Participation in the Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc. (MISO) Regional Transmission Organization
Resolution and order initiating an inquiry and fact finding into Entergy New Orleans, Inc. and Entergy Louisiana, LLC's post-Hurricane Isaac response and storm recovery matters
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
Resolution regarding proposed rulemaking to established integrated resource planning components and reporting requirements for Entergy New Orleans, Inc.
- Integrated Resource Planning - By incorporating least-cost and integrated resource planning (IRP), a utility is required to report its load and resource forecast for a specified period, and utilize the least-cost resource mix, including both supply and demand-side options. Read more on ACEEE
- Decoupling - Separating a utilities revenue stream from the consumption of electricity. The current regulatory regime encourages the utility to generate and sell more electricity, rather than help to provide customers the means to conserve energy, use it more efficiently and thereby save money. Read the description on APPA
- Energy Smart - Programs designed to save New Orleans Entergy customers energy and money through cash rebates, equipment upgrades and energy efficient updates.
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