With a 41-year career rooted in the early days of Arkansas Nuclear One, George Woerner still summons the awe for the large equipment and components it takes to do the job. This month, as the plant synchronized its unit 1 back to the grid after a successful refuel and maintenance outage, Woerner takes pride in seeing that equipment run reliably to power the lives around him with carbon-free electricity.
The Louisiana Bar Foundation recently honored Marcus Brown, Entergy executive vice president and general counsel, with the 2019 Distinguished Attorney Award for his ongoing leadership and commitment to the legal profession.
At its peak, the storm caused 10,000 outages throughout the New Orleans area. In addition to Entergy New Orleans’ base restoration crews, we had approximately 150 additional crew members helping to restore power. Assessments include 30 poles down and 12 transformers damaged as a result of the severe weather.
Severe storms came through the Metro New Orleans area early this morning brining heavy rains, lightening and strong winds. At its peak, the storm caused 10,000 outages throughout the New Orleans area. Entergy New Orleans crews and contractors are working as quickly and safely as possible to restore power
Construction of the Searcy Solar power generating plant is about 42% complete. When the facility goes online by the end of this year, 100 megawatts of emission-free power will begin flowing from the plant’s more than 350,000 solar panels onto the Entergy Arkansas electric grid.
As part of Entergy Texas’s long-standing partnership with the Montgomery County Food Bank, employees recently volunteered their time and presented a check for $20,000 to support the Montgomery County Food Bank’s work in the community.
Get your home ready for high summer temperatures.
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Help trim your warm-weather energy bills with these tips.
Summer is almost here. Now is a great time to prepare your home for higher temperatures.
Entergy Mississippi has restored service to more than 79,000 customers who lost power during the recent tornadoes and severe storms impacting our service territory Tuesday, May 4.