Although Entergy New Orleans employees give back to the community in which they live and work all year long, they wanted to give back in a special way during National Volunteer Month by helping those in need. That's why they returned to the Ozanam Inn to serve lunch to homeless men, women and children right here in the Crescent City.
For Entergy crews who've helped restore power in the Northeast, expressions of gratitude have come in many forms — kind words of support, offers of food and water, and thank-you letters and social media posts. But so far, LisaBeth Weber may be the only person who's written a song in their honor.
Love it or hate it, the switch to daylight saving time brings more opportunity to accomplish all those to-dos you’ve been putting off around the house or yard. Whether you take advantage of the extra sunshine to make energy-efficient home improvements, brighten up your garden or simply enjoy some fresh air, now is a good time to brush up on your outdoor safety knowledge.
Earlier this week, Entergy Corporation’s internal cyber-security monitoring systems detected issues on its corporate network. The issues have been isolated, a remedy has been deployed, and the systems are coming back online.
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.
Entergy Corporation, United Way of Southeast Louisiana and the City of New Orleans partner to foster brighter futures for local residents.
A pile of sawdust and a handshake: they say that’s how the Entergy story began. This narrative may be accurate for those who helped Harvey Couch found the company more than a century ago, but my Entergy story began after opening a cardboard box and being mesmerized by a lineman’s truck and tools.
Back in February, I sent an email explaining that the proposed New Orleans Power Station proceeding before the City Council was temporarily suspended at the request of Entergy New Orleans due to a recently updated forecast of future energy needs in our city.
Entergy helped nearly 1,600 students from 26 New Orleans-area schools get a feel for the excitement and challenges engineers face every day during a National Engineers Week celebration at the University of New Orleans.
Entergy New Orleans recently filed an unopposed request to temporarily suspend the schedule in the proposed New Orleans Power Station proceeding before the New Orleans City Council. That request was granted by the judge in the proceeding, and he has scheduled a status conference with all of the parties on March 6, 2017 to discuss next steps.
We're committed to powering a thriving New Orleans and to providing you with safe, clean, reliable and affordable power. To ensure we can do that now and into the future, we continually evaluate our existing resources and upgrade them when it makes economic sense.
This article is one in a series that tells the stories of Entergy employees or retirees and their experiences during the Hurricane Rita restoration.It has been 10 years since Hurricane Rita changed the lives of thousands, leaving each with his or her own unique story. Keith Coleman, senior engineering assistant in Lake Charles, remembers it well. Here’s his story.
It has been 10 years since Hurricane Katrina changed the lives of thousands, leaving each with his or her own unique story. Kenny Labat, former operations coordinator, who has since retired from the company, remembers it well. Here’s his story.
It has been 10 years since Hurricane Katrina changed the lives of thousands, leaving each with his or her own unique story. Glenn Jallans, former line supervisor, and David Cook, former senior engineer, both of whom are now retired from the company, remember it well. Here’s their story.