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.
Entergy is once again working with Grounds Krewe, a nonprofit organization focused on waste prevention, to increase Mardi Gras recycling efforts and expand the use of eco-friendly throws and consumable goods.
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.
“I have a passion for hard work, I think about the person working next to me, and I try to give an honest effort no matter the situation,” said Jason Raffray, Locator, Damage Prevention, Entergy New Orleans Gas.
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.
Did you know that heating your home uses more energy than cooling it? While extreme cold weather is rare in our region, a deep cold snap will impact your energy usage and may impact your bill.
Entergy, the City of New Orleans and the Louisiana Public Health Institute have partnered to make New Orleans one of the top 10 cities in the United States for cycling. Entergy is continuing to ensure that more wheels are on the ground each year through its continued support for bicycle infrastructure. On Jan. 26, Entergy unveiled a sponsored electric Blue Bikes Hub in front of the Entergy Corporate building on Loyola Avenue.
The winter storm moving through our service area is affecting power delivery to customers in Arkansas and parts of Mississippi.