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Entergy Restores Power to Majority of Customers After Historic Flooding

Power has been restored to all of the customers who can safely receive it, ending a 14-day restoration effort by more than 3,300 Entergy employees and contractors from four states.

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Power Being Restored, Meters Being Inspected

Crews have energized three of the five mobile substations being used to bypass damaged substations and are expected to have the final two online by the end of today.

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Entergy Pledges $400K to Help Rebuild Texas Communities

As southeast Texas recovers from the effects of Hurricane Harvey, Entergy Texas announced $400,000 in charitable contributions to help rebuild the communities it serves.

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A mobile substation on loan from Oncor arrives in Hardin County.

Mobile Substations Arriving, Connections Underway

Mobile substations to reenergize locations that can take power served by five damaged substations are underway.

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Entergy Continues Restoring Power

As flood waters recede, Entergy continues restoring power to those who can receive it. Since yesterday, more than 20,000 customers were restored, and crews continue to work to restore outages.

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Entergy Making Steady Progress at Power Restoration

As floodwaters recede, Entergy Texas, Inc. will be able to access transmission lines and substations that were once under water. This will allow crews to assess the damage to the system and what it will take to restore power to thousands of customers.

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Entergy Repairing Damage to Critical Infrastructure

Flooding is significantly impacting Entergy Texas’ ability to restore power to customers in some areas. Several substations that distribute electric service to many customers over large areas are experiencing outages due to flooding. In addition, multiple transmission lines that feed areas are also affected.

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Outages Increase After Harvey Hits Golden Triangle

Entergy Texas restoration workers are using air boats, high water rescue vehicles and helicopters to access areas where catastrophic flooding caused by Harvey continues its destruction in Southeast Texas.

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Crews Working to Restore Power to Thousands of Customers

At 1 p.m. just over 29,000 customers were without power - down from a peak of 41,000 customers. Restoration for the majority of the outages is expected to be Saturday evening, if customers can take power at their locations. However, the storm continues to cause problems in Southeast Texas, so it could take longer to restore power in some areas.

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Harvey Knocks Out Power to Thousands of Customers

As more than two feet of rainfall continues to swell waterways, flood roadways and saturate grounds that cause even the healthiest of trees to fall, power outages continued to rise overnight.

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Harvey’s Rainfall Flooding Parts of Entergy Texas Area

Rising waters and a deluge of rainfall from what is now Tropical Storm Harvey continues to hammer areas of the Entergy Texas territory.

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Entergy Texas Ready to Respond to Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey is expected to cause power outages across the Texas Gulf Coast, and Entergy Texas crews will be ready to respond when needed.

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Entergy Prepares for Hurricane Harvey

Entergy Louisiana continues to monitor development of Hurricane Harvey and prepare for its potential impact to Louisiana.

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Entergy Prepares for Tropical Storm Harvey

As Tropical Storm Harvey churns toward the Texas coast, Entergy Texas, Inc., is monitoring the storm and preparing for the potential impact to Southeast Texas. Current forecasts predict that Harvey could develop into a hurricane before it makes landfall Friday on the Texas coast and stalls, bringing torrential rainfall and flooding to the region.

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