Shana Johnson to attend Lise Meitner Programme, visiting two national laboratories
Meet Sal Qasim, an engineer who is the North American Young Generation in Nuclear chapter president at Grand Gulf Nuclear Station.
Specialized Entergy crews called “barehand crews” have helped keep the lights on for Louisiana residents and businesses throughout a historically hot summer by safely performing work on energized powerlines.
Meet Kalynn Rios, an Entergy Nuclear program engineer in the central asset management group based out of nuclear headquarters in Jackson.
Kimberly Cook-Nelson recently sat down for an interview with the Delta Business Journal's Jack Criss to discuss the benefits of nuclear power and her journey to become one of only three female chief nuclear officers in the country.
Even though several lines had to be de-energized during the flood event, most customers never lost power because of the looped design of Entergy’s electrical system.
Despite the extensive damage, crews were able to restore power to all customers who could receive it within a week of the storm. Engineers also used the rebuild as a chance to strengthen the grid and prepare Rolling Fork for greater resiliency during future storms.
Renee now oversees the New Orleans Power Station as plant manager.
Meet Tim Caruthers, the senior manager of leader and team performance in nuclear human resources, based at Entergy’s nuclear headquarters, Echelon.