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2020 LPSC efficiency grant awarded to multiple local governments in Northeast Louisiana



MONROE, La. – Louisiana Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell awarded $1M in grants to multiple Northeast Louisiana parishes through the Energy Efficiency Program.

The grants will fund installation of high-efficiency LED lights and energy-efficient windows in buildings operated by local governments and public schools.

Commissioner Campbell said these improvements will lower electric bills by thousands of dollars for these institutions.

“We’ve had bad news now for a long time, this is good news,” Commissioner Campbell said. “A million dollars going back to the people of Northeast Louisiana and their agencies, so this is a happy day for Northeast Louisiana and I’m glad to be a part of it.”

The recipients of Campbell’s 2020 efficiency grants for public institutions in Northeast Louisiana are:

  • Concordia Parish School Board: $208,459
  • Town of Ringgold: $75,000
  • City of Grambling: $62,405
  • Town of Wisner: $80,000
  • Bienville Parish Police Jury: $64,429
  • Richland Parish School Board: $219,876
  • Town of Haynesville: $26,637
  • Village of Gilbert: $9,875
  • Tensas Parish Police Jury: $130,368
  • East Carroll Parish Sheriff: $137,912