By Tan Nguyen NOV 12, 2019
Originally published on The Advocate
By Anthony Fleming
Tulane University student
Letter to the Editor published on The Advocate
OCT 1, 2019
Analysis Finds a Strong Economic Case for Resilient Solar and Battery Storage in New Orleans, and four other Southeastern Cities.
Clean Energy Group’s new report series explores the obstacles and opportunities for deploying solar+storage at critical community facilities throughout the Southeast
Entergy ignores judgment that voids City Council approval of gas plant and raises the cost from $210 million to nearly $700 million
The following is a contributed article by Karl R. Rábago, a national clean energy expert who has served as a utility executive and on the Public Utility Commission in Texas, and Thad Culley, regional director with the national, non-profit solar advocacy group Vote Solar. Originally published on Utilitydive.com.
Leo Denault is under fire for "sustainability" summit used to promote expensive, hazardous nuclear energy and polluting gas plant over resident-controlled solar power.
JOSEPH DANIEL, SENIOR ENERGY ANALYST - Originally published on Union of Concerned Scientists blog
Over the past year or so, a lot of states with renewable portfolio standards (RPS) have opted to double down on that policy mechanism to set a path to 100% clean electricity. However, most jurisdictions in the deep south have been reticent to pass such policies. That might change later this year, as the City of New Orleans considers passing an RPS. And that’s the crazy trick that could save customers money. Passing an RPS.
Host Logan Burke discusses Renewable Portfolio Standards for New Orleans with Andrew 'Andy' Kowalczyk from 350 New Orleans, Chair of Sustainable Labor Group; Citizen's Climate Lobby; and Volunteer Lobbyist.
The Energy Future New Orleans Coalition is: