Within one year after Hurricane Ida, Entergy rebuilds a Mississippi River crossing using an unprecedented 175-mph wind loading criteria.
As we mark the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Ida, the historic event serves as a stark reminder that while Entergy is prepared to safely respond to whatever Mother Nature brings our way, it only takes one storm to make it a challenging season.
Greg McGriff, who retired from Entergy Mississippi in March with 32 years of service, said he “had a good run” in his career as a troubleman and recently shared reflections on his experience in an episode of T&D World’s “Line Life” podcast.
Lineworkers are like celebrities when they roll in to restore power after a storm. In neighborhoods or on a lonely country road, there’s always someone who wants to say thanks, shake hands, offer a meal or ask for help. Hurricane Ida was no different.
Despite another historic hurricane season, maintaining and repairing street lighting across Louisiana remains a priority.
For a limited time, Energy Smart is offering a 25% incentive bonus to business customers on new energy efficiency projects that are completed this year.
Leo Denault recently sat down with Grid Talk podcast to discuss how Entergy's recent infrastructure investments are working well and grid resilience is already underway for the Entergy region.
When monster storms and other extreme weather events ravage cities and towns, the electric power industry’s mutual assistance network can be counted on to respond in force, working together to bring communities back to life.
At Entergy Louisiana, we understand our communities have been put to the test over the past few months. Hurricane Ida left in its wake unprecedented damage to our homes, businesses and way of life.