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Andrea Coughlin Rowley, Entergy's senior vice president of human resources, accepts the award for being a Top Workplace in the greater New Orleans area from Tim Williamson, president of NOLA Media Group.

Entergy Earns Top Workplace Honor in New Orleans

The Times-Picayune awarded Entergy the 2017 Top Workplaces honor based on the results of an employee feedback survey performed by WorkplaceDynamics, a leading research firm in organizational health and workplace improvement.

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Michoud Plant

New Information Leads to a New Proposal

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.

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Entergy employees Randall Roberts and Mark Bacques show students an interactive electrical circuit experiment that was among the exhibits Entergy displayed during the National Engineers Week celebration at the University of New Orleans.

Entergy Helps Students Discover Excitement of Engineering

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.

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Making Sure the Solution Suits the Need

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.

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Powering Tomorrow Begins Today

To meet the power demands of a growing New Orleans, Entergy must upgrade the Michoud plant in New Orleans East to a modern, more-efficient facility.

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Travis Sholar with his wife, Brooke, and daughter, Blakely
Employees work alongside the Salvation Army to Stuff the Bus

A Note from Charles Rice

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.

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Dr. Chan Wong, senior engineer with Entergy, discusses the fiber project with leaders from other U.S. utilities during a site visit in September.
In addition to protecting biodiversity, the volunteer project provided an opportunity to strengthen ties between Entergy team members.
It's been 10 years since Hurricane Rita hit, but Keith Coleman, senior engineering assistant in Lake Charles, remembers it well.

Powering Through: Entergy's Rita Stories

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.

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WATCH: Entergy CEO Appears on CNBC's Power Lunch

On Friday, Aug. 28, one day before the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s landfall along the Louisiana and Mississippi coasts, Chairman and CEO Leo Denault spoke with CNBC's Melissa Lee.

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Kenny Labat, far left, was part of the crew that restored power to metro New Orleans following Katrina. His twin brother Keith still works for Entergy New Orleans and was instrumental in restoring power to the Central Business District and French Quarter.

Powering Through: Entergy’s Katrina Stories

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.

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Jallans, left, and Cook found the switching board they saved from the old Chalmette office invaluable during restoration.

Powering Through: Entergy’s Katrina Stories

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.

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Video: Rod West Speaks at TEDx New Orleans

TEDx New Orleans invited Rod West, executive vice president and CAO of Entergy, to share his experience during Hurricane Katrina and his overseeing of the $600 million reconstruction of the city.

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Re-Designed Digital Newsroom Launches

New digital newsroom marks Entergy's entrance into the blogosphere.

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ANIMATION: Restoring Power After Severe Weather

When a storm passes, Entergy personnel must assess damage to electric equipment and facilities to determine corrective actions.

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