Louisiana utility regulators blame Entergy for creating grid dependent on costly gas by Wesley Muller
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Last Friday, Entergy New Orleans (ENO) hosted a public meeting to discuss the future of New Orleans’ energy. Check out what Alliance for Affordable Energy’s CEO Casey DeMoss had to say about the meeting by clicking here. If you would like more information about the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), please contact Community Outreach Manager, Annie, at email@example.com.
The Alliance and GSREIA would like to thank everyone who attended our first Solar Roundtable of 2013, which was a resounding success. We would like to thank our host John Williams of Williams Architects, our very own AAE board member, who graciously opened his business doors and provided the delicious refreshments. We had a great turnout and the participation/discussion was lively and informative.