Entergy New Orleans and Entergy Louisiana crews are assessing damage from severe weather that swept across the state and have begun the process of restoring power where it is safe to do so.
To support a local roadway project and add resilience to the electric system, crews installed eight concrete poles in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Workers dug holes, used a crane to set poles and installed new wire. The project took place near Entergy’s facility along Pecue Lane that serves as the company’s state command center during times of major events such as power restoration following a hurricane.
A grant in the amount of $98,100 has been awarded to the City of West Monroe for the installation of these chargers.
Entergy is taking steps to inform customers that utility bills are likely to be higher than normal this winter.
This week, Deanna Rodriguez, President & CEO of Entergy New Orleans and Phillip May, President & CEO of Entergy Louisiana joined the Edison Electric Institute on The Current Podcast to talk about resilience investments, economic development and partnering with customers.
As cooler weather approaches, experts agree now is the best time to perform improvements and check areas that may need maintenance around your home. Entergy Louisiana and Entergy New Orleans encourage customers to follow these safety tips when working inside and outside their home.
A new statue has been dedicated in downtown Lake Charles saluting the linemen and linewomen who came from all over the United States to restore electrical power after Hurricane Laura.
As we mark the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Ida, the historic event serves as a stark reminder that while Entergy is prepared to safely respond to whatever Mother Nature brings our way, it only takes one storm to make it a challenging season.
While the price of many goods and services have been on the rise, natural gas has been uniquely impacted by global unrest, extreme temperatures, supply chain constraints and severe weather events.