Commission approves approximately 225 megawatts of solar power to Entergy Louisiana’s generation portfolio.
Entergy Louisiana is expanding a substation in Ponchatoula along Highway 22 to improve the electric system that serves approximately 18,000 residential and business customers in the area, including a local hospital.
Steps taken to winterize critical systems and electric infrastructure.
Entergy Louisiana crews and contractors will be performing significant reliability work on its electric system over the next six months in rural areas west and south of Baton Rouge.
Entergy Louisiana and Entergy New Orleans recently announced a partnership with The University of New Orleans and The Beach at UNO to develop an innovation program to further develop renewable energy in our region through an initiative called, the Louisiana Wind Energy Hub’s Wind Scholars Program.
The next phase of construction includes installing utility poles and lines, building new distribution lines and setting the foundation for new substation sites.
The upgrades to power lines will help minimize outages and improve service reliability.
Grid Resilience and Innovation Partnerships Funds to improve New Orleans community resilience
Proposed $1B investment will cut outage times by half