Fire can be a good thing when treated with respect, but can be a danger when paired with the many distractions during the holiday season. So in the quest to create a good old-fashioned family celebration, there are some important safety tips you should follow.
This morning, Entergy personnel at its James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant in Scriba, NY, identified the source of oil released to the site’s discharge canal on Sunday and stopped the flow.
Entergy’s Indian Point Unit 2 nuclear power plant has returned to service following its successful scheduled $120 million refueling outage and comprehensive inspection and upgrade of plant equipment and systems.
Spring is here and with it come warmer temperatures, longer days and outdoor landscaping projects. Since the first step in any project is to do your research, Entergy New Orleans, Inc. reminds you to grab your phone first and call 811 before working that shovel.
Spring is here and warmer temperatures may have you wanting to get out and make your landscape look gorgeous. Since the first step in any project is to do your research, Entergy Louisiana reminds you to grab your phone first and call 811 before working that shovel.
Comprehensive inspections completed during a planned outage at the Indian Point nuclear power plant show critical components at Unit 2 continue to perform safely and as intended, with maintenance required in one area before the plant can be restarted, Entergy Corp. announced today.
In the holiday movie classic, “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation,” Clark Griswold sets out to create a good old-fashioned family Christmas. He lights the outside of his house with 25,000 twinkling lights, which at first fail to work (due to his faulty wiring) and then temporarily cause a city-wide power shortage and wreak havoc for his neighbors.
Warmer springtime temperatures sometimes mean getting outside to tackle those landscape-improvement jobs planned over the winter. Anytime digging is involved, Entergy Arkansas reminds you to get a firm grasp on your phone first and call 811.
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