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AESP Talks With Camille Pollan About Energy Efficiency in New Orleans

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As the energy efficiency program manager for the City of New Orleans’ Office of Resilience and Sustainability, Pollan works in partnership with public and private sector entities to create innovative, practical solutions that cut energy waste, support energy management, and improve energy policies.

Top 3 PROs-pectives from the Pros:
- New Orleans’ housing stock is mostly pre WWII, which creates an opportunity to achieve a lot through energy efficiency
- Utility regulation is handled directly by the city council 
- The city works with Entergy on Energy Smart, which grows every year and now includes city-owned buildings



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