Louisiana’s normally mild winters don’t typically result in high energy bills. However, in parts of Entergy’s service area, temperatures recently reached 20 to 30 degrees below average.
Entergy New Orleans’ Sean Walsh was on his way to a job on Dec. 5 when he noticed a motorist pulled over on Highway 90 with a flat tire. What he did next will sound familiar, he said, because performing acts of kindness for others is part of the daily routine at Entergy.
The $150,000 Entergy Texas grants that were announced for Hurricane Harvey relief before Thanksgiving is literally spreading joy across Southeast Texas.
Entergy Corporation, United Way of Southeast Louisiana and the City of New Orleans partner to foster brighter futures for local residents.