News > Employees
Thirteen Louisiana Students Awarded Entergy Community Power Scholarships
08/15/2019

This fall, 13 Louisiana high school graduates will attend college with a little help from Entergy's Community Power Scholarship program. The children of Entergy employees in Louisiana each received $5,000 in recognition of their community service, academic achievements, leadership and work experience.

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Insights > Tips and Tools
DON’T BE IN THAT NUMBER: Avoid Falling Prey to the National Utility Scam
08/08/2019

Entergy customers continue to receive threats from scammers, and we want you to be able to recognize and report any deceitful behavior so you don’t become a victim.

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News > Environment
Entergy New Orleans Adding 90 Megawatts of Renewable Energy to Its Portfolio
08/07/2019

Taking New Orleans to the forefront of cities powered by renewable energy, Entergy New Orleans is moving forward on a portfolio of proposals that will add 90 megawatts of solar energy to its already clean energy mix. The company has narrowed the group down to three viable projects, which were approved by the New Orleans City Council last month. These are a 20 MW solar facility to be constructed by Entergy on approximately 100 acres of flood-protected property at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans East, a 50 MW power purchase agreement from a solar facility to be constructed on LSU AgCenter land in Washington Parish, and a 20 MW power purchase agreement from a solar facility to be constructed on land in St. James Parish.

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Insights > Our Future
An Open Letter to Entergy New Orleans Customers
08/06/2019

We know you want reliable and affordable power, clean energy, and improved customer and community relationships. I am pleased to report that Entergy New Orleans has made gains in all of these areas, and with the City Council’s leadership, we will be on track to accomplish even more.

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News > Communities, Customers
Entergy New Orleans, LLC's Status Update regarding its Proposed Path to Progress
08/02/2019

Entergy New Orleans is hopeful that its proposed approach, or the Path to Progress, will afford the Company and the Council an opportunity to work collaboratively to address the needs of the communities served.

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Insights > People Power
‘On My Team Forever’: Entergy Lineman in Airboat Helps Beached Boaters
07/25/2019

Lonnie Hamilton has been driving boats all his life -- a skill that's handy in the Bayou State, where there's way more water than land. Hamilton is an Entergy lineman based in the New Orleans metro region, and unlike most linemen who drive service trucks, his vehicle of choice is an airboat. But as a recent incident proved, Hamilton's airboat can be useful beyond his Entergy duties.

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News > Environment
Entergy New Orleans and RTA Reach Agreement for Commercial Rooftop Solar
07/22/2019

In another move to harness the power of the sun where empty commercial rooftops once stood, Entergy New Orleans and the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority have reached agreement to install solar panels on the roof of the agency’s Carrollton Streetcar Barn. The 300-kilowatt system will feed directly onto the Entergy New Orleans electric distribution grid for the benefit of all customers, and is part of Entergy New Orleans’ 5-megawatt commercial-scale rooftop solar project, which was approved by the New Orleans City Council last year.

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Damage on Siegen Lane in Baton Rouge, LA
Damage on Siegen Lane in Baton Rouge, LA
Insights > Storms
While We Are Assessing Damage, We Are Restoring Service Where It Is Safe To Do So.
07/14/2019

As the storm moves slowly through our service territory, outage numbers will continue to fluctuate. While our number of customers affected remains fairly consistent, we have already restored over 188,000 customers.

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Insights > Storms
Damage Assessments and Restoration Continues Throughout Louisiana
07/14/2019

A workforce of more than 3,900 Entergy scouts, line crews and contractors are continuing to perform damage assessments and restoration where it is safe to do so as Barry, which made landfall yesterday as a Category 1 hurricane, continues a northerly track through Louisiana.

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