Energy Efficiency programs are nearly always seen as a win-win by reducing energy bills, creating jobs, improving indoor air quality and reducing strain on our electric grid. The cheapest energy is the energy you don’t use.
Following more than ten years of engagement, and billions of dollars spent on wasted energy, we are ready for these rules to be finalized so we can get to work in developing equitable and effective energy efficiency programs. We’re hopeful the LPSC will have a successful start in 2024 by passing energy efficiency rules for Louisiana. The Commission's January B&E will be held on January 24, 2024 at 9am in Baton Rouge. We hope to see you there!
Follow the proceedings
The Alliance has been covering energy efficiency developments at the LPSC since the Commission first opened the energy efficiency rulemaking docket (R-31106) in 2009. Below are several of our blog posts reporting on the developments: