Louisiana Integrated Resource Plan (IRP)
Entergy Louisiana is committed to providing its customers with reliable service at the lowest reasonable cost. Resource planning is an important process the company employs to help it achieve that goal. Resource planning takes into account estimates of customers’ future energy needs and the resources available to serve those needs.
For many years, the company has developed resource plans to assist in deciding how to serve its customers. In 2007, the Louisiana Public Service Commission opened a rulemaking process to study the feasibility of uniform resource planning rules for all jurisdictional utilities. ELL actively participated in the rulemaking, which resulted in the issuance of a Commission General Order and Integrated Resource Planning rules in April 2012.
ELL initiated its 2015 IRP process with a letter to the LPSC on October 21, 2013, in accordance with the IRP rules. Over the next two years, ELL, LPSC staff and stakeholders worked through a collaborative process which resulted in ELL's Final 2015 IRP Report. At its November 2015 B&E session, the LPSC acknowledged that ELL had met the requirements of the IRP rules with its Final Report. Click the links below for more information regarding ELL’s participation in the IRP process.
ELL has initiated its 2nd IRP Cycle as required by the LPSC's rules. This filing was published in the Commission’s November 3rd bulletin. Interventions are due on November 28.
Last updated on November 15, 2017