Upgrades are part of company’s pro-active plan to improve resilience
Entergy New Orleans will begin construction on the new Sullivan substation at the Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans’ (SWBNO) Carrollton site.
Entergy New Orleans continues to invest in improving the reliability of its electric and gas infrastructure. Entergy New Orleans has installed smart technologies to lessen the impact of outage times for customers, installed equipment to improve grid reliability, and replaced aging gas infrastructure. Through the company’s strategic investments, Entergy New Orleans has made progress in reducing customer interruptions from distribution equipment impacts by more than 38% since 2018.
Deanna Rodriguez has been appointed by Entergy Corporation to lead Entergy New Orleans, LLC, as its president and CEO.
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Customers participating in the demand response programs can earn incentives by temporarily reducing their electricity when demand on the system is the highest.
Will help build a smarter, more connected energy grid
Construction has begun on a 20-megawatt solar plant on approximately 90 acres of flood-protected property at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans East.
Entergy New Orleans will reach its goal of installing 5 megawatts of distributed-scale solar in the city of New Orleans through its Commercial Rooftop Solar Program.