The ~$28 million investment helps strengthen the electrical grid in Southeast Texas.
Company’s proposal aims to provide high levels of service that is affordable and holds it accountable to customers
Entergy Louisiana recently completed construction of a transmission project that adds resiliency and increases reliability to the electrical grid in southwest Louisiana. The completion of this project will also help attract new economic development projects to the region and benefit existing residential, commercial and industrial customers in the area.
The proposal benefits customers, supports growth in Southeast Texas and helps strengthen the state’s economy.
Entergy Louisiana representatives, local officials and community members gathered Wednesday along Louisiana Highway 1 to celebrate the future of power in Grand Isle.
Crews plan to inspect more than 43,000 poles to help prevent outages.
The project will increase reliability in the area and is expected to be completed by December 2024.
Customers in St. Bernard Parish are now being served by a more reliable and resilient electric system after Entergy Louisiana placed a new substation and transmission lines into service.
Approximately $220 million in grants, if approved, could help fund proposed infrastructure investments to increase reliability and resiliency of the electric system and reduce storm impacts while speeding up recovery