Entergy has long partnered with the LSU College of Engineering to development the workforce of the future, and now, the company has partnered with them to further studies around electrification. Engineering students and members of the school’s TigerRacing team are designing and building an electric vehicle, in part, through a grant provided by Entergy.
Utility crews have restored power to all New Orleans East customers affected by Tuesday’s severe weather and expect to restore power to Arabi-area customers who can safely accept electric service by sometime today.
Entergy sponsored the Louisiana Policy Institute’s Early Education Month in February to continue our ongoing commitment to increase access to high-quality care and early education for all children.
From finding yourself in a mess of mud in the middle of a Louisiana bayou to thawing out the door handle of your truck during an Arkansas ice storm, there are a wide range of challenges that Entergy lineworkers face during storm restoration.
Lineworkers are like celebrities when they roll in to restore power after a storm. In neighborhoods or on a lonely country road, there’s always someone who wants to say thanks, shake hands, offer a meal or ask for help. Hurricane Ida was no different.
Engineers Week is Feb. 20 - 26 and is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers.
Whether you’re after big beads, shiny doubloons or a coveted Zulu coconut, it’s important to catch these safety tips before your krewe hits the parade routes this Carnival Season. Be sure to celebrate Mardi Gras safely by keeping your distance from power lines, or anything that’s touching them.
The Gulf South, particularly communities within Louisiana, is home to the largest industrial economy in the United States. The energy needs of this group of customers is unique and energy demands are growing, including new industry coming to Louisiana.