Entergy Louisiana and Monarch Energy, a company known for its green hydrogen and electro-fuels projects, have signed a memorandum of understanding to help advance the energy infrastructure in South Louisiana.
To meet customers’ growing demands for renewable energy and support economic development in the state, Entergy Louisiana this week filed a request with the Louisiana Public Service Commission for 224 megawatts of new solar power resources.
Work boosts local economy by bringing in 1,900 additional workers
Kimberly Cook-Nelson, Entergy Nuclear executive vice president and chief nuclear officer, recently spoke to more than 400 attendees at the annual EnergySolutions conference in Salt Lake City.
Companies partner on the future development of offshore wind power to serve Louisiana customers
$15,000 donated to conservancy for continued community efforts
A revolutionary new tool is now available to help restore the Gulf of Mexico's disappearing coastal wetlands -- Louisiana's first line of defense against damaging hurricanes like Katrina, Rita, Gustav and Isaac.