Today, the City Council of New Orleans (“Council”) stands at a crossroads. One path, the path proposed by Entergy New Orleans (“ENO” or “the Company”), is old, worn, and well past its usefulness. Essentially, ENO wants New Orleans to remain mired in the past, to build yet another fossil-fueled power plant that is unnecessary, will cost New Orleans ratepayers millions of dollars, will subject residents to increased levels of air pollution, and contribute to climate change.
Experts speak on Entergy's proposed gas plant
Recent news about the 2017/2018 price for energy should make Entergy rethink their plans to build gas plants in New Orleans East and Lake Charles.
Testimonies from multiple industry and environmental experts specializing in Louisiana's local and coastal impacts, environmental and sociology explain how the proposed plant in unrealistic and goes against the public interest.
New Orleans Becomes Energy Policy Leader by Conducting First Health Impact Assessment on Energy Production in the Gulf South.
Health Impact Assessment for Proposed Michoud Power Plant Released by the Louisiana Public Health Institute and the Alliance for Affordable Energy
Collection of writings from Public Interest Intervenors DSCEJ, AAE, Sierra Club, 350 NOLA, and VAYLA.