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.
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.
Strengthening our system to better serve one of the fastest growing areas in Texas.
For some folks, R&R means rest and relaxation. But for Entergy Arkansas, R&R stands for reliability and resiliency, and there’s a proactive drone program devoted to it.
Our service territory is uniquely covered by a variety of environments that our teams work through to keep your lights on. The challenging thing – no two poles are the same.
Hurricane season is less than a month away, and Entergy New Orleans continues to identify and implement resiliency upgrades across Orleans Parish.
Leo Denault recently sat down with Grid Talk podcast to discuss how Entergy's recent infrastructure investments are working well and grid resilience is already underway for the Entergy region.
Hear from Jason Willis, vice president of power generation for Entergy Texas, to learn more about what the company is doing to protect its power plants and prepare for winter.
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.