BY MARK BALLARD | MBALLARD@THEADVOCATE.COM
The Louisiana Public Service Commission discusses partisanship at its Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018 meeting. The PSC commissioners, from left to right are: Lambert C. Boissiere III, D-New Orleans, Foster Campbell, D-Bossier Parish, Eric Skrmetta, R-Metairie, Mike Francis, R-Crowley, and Craig Greene, R-Baton Rouge. Advocate Photo by Mark Ballard
By Michael Isaac Stein, Contributing writer
thelensnola.org | The Lens
Frustration over flooding from thunderstorms and anxiety from hurricane warnings are playing a major role in the debate over building a new power plant in eastern New Orleans.
By Greg LaRose, firstname.lastname@example.org,
NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
Entergy New Orleans has asked the City Council to place its proposed New Orleans Power Station in Michoud on hold after it says its projections show electricity demand will decrease over the next 20 years.