Receiving customer and community input is important when it comes to operating a complex business like Entergy New Orleans. It requires industry knowledge, skill, and perhaps equally important, unvarnished advice from other experienced New Orleans business and community leaders.
While it takes more energy to heat than cool your home, there are some steps you can take to reduce energy and save on your electric bill. Find out how.
Entergy is celebrating National STEM Day with Dr. Calvin Mackie, CEO and Founder of STEM Global Action, with a podcast discussing their commitment to STEM education in New Orleans.
Building electrical infrastructure strong enough to withstand the increased intensity and frequency of storms is an important decision that must include input from customers, regulators and government policymakers. Decisions must balance reliability, affordability and sustainability.
Some heroes wear capes. Some wear work gloves and safety glasses. Most just want to do a good deed for those in need, often because someone else once extended them a helping hand. David Rose, an analyst in Entergy Mississippi’s economic development department, will tell you he’s no hero. Erica Jackson, a senior project manager at Entergy, may beg to differ.
With rising prices in the marketplace for day-to-day items, it is important for you to know that Entergy New Orleans residential rates have declined by 5% over the last 15 years.
When Hurricane Ida’s catastrophic and damaging winds left more than 900,000 customers without power across southeast Louisiana, Entergy Gas customers in New Orleans and Baton Rouge were able to use an alternative means to power their needs.
Hurricane Ida’s swift and mighty path brought extreme devastation as it made landfall as a strong Category 4 storm. We know each storm is unique, and this was most certainly the case with Ida.
After less than two weeks, our workforce has restored more than 85% or 804,500 of the 948,000 total customers who lost power due to Hurricane Ida, one of the most destructive hurricanes in history.