Entergy Mississippi recognizes Severe Weather Preparedness Week, Feb. 14-19
As Winter Storm Landon rapidly closes in on the state, Entergy Arkansas encourages customers to prepare for outages due to freezing rain and ice accumulation likely to affect the service area.
Entergy Louisiana and Entergy New Orleans, in coordination with The Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, have submitted eight grant applications to FEMA requesting funding for projects to enhance the resiliency of the electric grid through FEMA’s Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities Program.
Customers should winterize homes and prepare for higher energy usage.
Customers should prepare by winterizing, preparing emergency kits, charging phones
Entergy Arkansas is staging crews, equipment and supplies in areas of the state likely to be the hardest hit later this week based on a forecast for bitter cold, sustained winds, sleet, freezing rain, snow and ice accumulations.
After last year’s record-breaking winter, Entergy New Orleans remains focused on preparing for what Mother Nature may bring when the weather turns colder. And, while weather can be unpredictable, the company remains storm ready no matter the season.
Recognizing the hard work and dedication of Entergy employees, the Edison Electric Institute today awarded Entergy Corporation with its Emergency Response Award for the company's recovery efforts following Hurricane Ida in August 2021.
As Entergy Louisiana ushers out another active hurricane season, the company remains ready for Mother Nature’s next threat: winter weather.
Deanna Rodriguez, president and CEO of Entergy New Orleans, and Phillip May, president and CEO of Entergy Louisiana, traveled to Washington, D.C. last week to advocate for federal funding to reduce the impact on customers for storm recovery costs and to build a stronger power grid.