By Brenna Landis, JD Candidate, Class of 2023, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
We were honored to have Louisiana Public Service Commissioner Davante Lewis and State Representative Matthew Willard join as special guests. The dialogue focused on the Securitization Act, which allows utilities to purchase securities (basically loans) to repair infrastructure damaged by storms, and to pass those repair costs onto ratepayers.
By Austen Angers
While the moratorium is set to expire, Entergy New Orleans (ENO) announced on Friday, October 28 that it raised quarterly dividend payments to shareholders by 6%. The City cannot abide any more loss of life due to Entergy’s greed and negligence - justice demands it.
St. James Parish temporary blocks solar farms, despite pleas from Entergy CEO, advocates by David J. Mitchell
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