The company’s utility business puts service to its 3 million customers at the top of its priority list. In the process, Entergy’s five operating companies are helping to build a region.
Entergy’s restoration workforce supported its communities through one of the most active hurricane seasons in history in 2020. We are ready to respond again if needed during what forecasters predict will be another active season.
Electricity is a safe and reliable form of energy. However, it can be dangerous if not treated properly. The following is a checklist of items that you can use throughout your home to help protect your family.
As part of Entergy Texas’s long-standing partnership with the Montgomery County Food Bank, employees recently volunteered their time and presented a check for $20,000 to support the Montgomery County Food Bank’s work in the community.
As part of our effort to improve and make your life easier, starting soon, your monthly bill will have a new look.
We understand that customers are facing hard times during the pandemic and want to share ways to prevent impacts to your bill.
Deanna Rodriguez, vice president of regulatory and public affairs for Entergy Texas, was recognized as one of the Top 100 Diversity Leaders in Energy at last month's 2021 National Energy Inclusion Conference.
As of Saturday morning, Entergy Texas, Inc. has restored all customers affected by this week's winter storms.
If you lose power after being restored for a short time period, please report the outage to Entergy again.