Entergy Texas is monitoring Tropical Storm Imelda, which has maximum sustained winds of about 35 to 40 miles per hour.
Entergy Texas is targeting areas that have experienced multiple outages and is working to improve the system by installing new devices to help keep the power flowing.
Electricity is a vital commodity, especially during these hot summer months, and Entergy is always working to improve service to our customers. One of the areas of several areas of focus right now is the City of Shenandoah.
Lower costs for the fuel Entergy Texas, Inc. uses to generate electricity will translate into lower bills for customers this fall and winter.
The 2019 tax season represented a milestone in Entergy Texas’ efforts to help low-income customers break the cycle of poverty.
Trying to keep your cool in the dog days of summer can take a chunk of change out of your pocketbook.
It may be the summer, but scammers aren’t taking a vacation
Fan distribution program helps low-income customers stay cool and lower energy costs during summer months.
Entergy Texas continues to monitor the disturbance in the Gulf that has the potential to impact the upper Texas coast. While there is still some uncertainty on the storm’s exact path and strength when making landfall, this weather system could bring heavy rains, severe thunderstorms and high winds to the state this weekend.