The United Way of Southeast Louisiana reopened the J. Wayne Leonard Prosperity Center at 2402 Canal Street in New Orleans, one block away from its original location, after the building sustained significant water damage during Hurricane Ida and left staff to provide appointment-only services.
After working into the night and this morning, Entergy New Orleans and Entergy Louisiana crews and contractors have restored power to approximately 85% of customers in the hard-hit parishes of Jefferson, Orleans and St. Bernard.
As of 9:30 p.m. crews have successfully restored more than 29,000 customers – down from a peak of approximately 47,000 customers in Southeast Louisiana impacted by today’s severe weather.
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.
Our employees have been volunteering weekly with Rebuilding Together New Orleans and making energy efficiency upgrades and repairs to homes of low-income customers in New Orleans.
Entergy and The Saenger Theatre provided 200 tickets to members of United Way and Son of a Saint
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.
The ongoing work helps the company manage the integrity, reliability and safety of the gas distribution system, a primary goal for Entergy's Gas Distribution Business.
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.