By Emma Meyerkopf, AAE's Communications Coordinator
By Austen Angers
Louisiana utility regulators blame Entergy for creating grid dependent on costly gas by Wesley Muller
For years, utility giant resisted diversifying its fuel sources, critics say
Entergy offered a $588M settlement to end allegations at Grand Gulf. Should Louisiana agree? By Sam Karlin
At the February 24th meeting the Louisiana Public Service Commission ruled that the $ 5 billion sale of Cleco to foreign investors was not in the public interest. Read The Advocate’s coverage of the proposed Cleco sale.
Source: The Advocate
Skrmetta files for Reconsideration of State-Wide Energy Efficiency Rules
The LPSC Business and Executive meeting held in Baton Rouge this past Wednesday began with the election of new chairs.
The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy ( http://aceee.org/ ) has announced that it will be releasing an in-depth report on opportunities for energy efficiency in the state of Louisiana and suggestions for program design and implimentation.