Originally published by The Lens, November 25, 2019
by ANDY KOWALCZYK AND MARRIELE MANGO
If you live in New Orleans, you know how often the electricity goes out. Advisers hired by the New Orleans City Council found that, between June 2016 and May 2017, there were a total of 2,599 outages and roughly half lasted two hours or more.
Sure, some of this can be blamed on heat, flooding and storms, but more than half the power outages reported were unrelated to weather. More than a third resulted from equipment failure.
By Tan Nguyen NOV 12, 2019
Originally published on The Advocate
The Energy Future New Orleans Coalition is: