This first-of-its-kind project positions Entergy as a national leader in energy innovation and a vital partner in helping New Orleans address the significant challenges of affordable housing, resilience and climate change.
Entergy New Orleans regularly sends out teams to inspect tree limbs and keep them at a safe and manageable distance from our infrastructure to deliver dependable power to our customers.
While you may be wearing a T-shirt on Saturday, you’ll need cold-weather gear by Sunday morning. Parts of Louisiana could see temperatures drop to the 20s overnight.
Tree planting to improve urban environments and restore wetlands and other vital natural areas is a key action Entergy takes to support the company's ongoing commitment to sustaining the environment.
Do you know a family struggling to make ends meet – despite one or both parents working? Then you know ALICE, which stands for Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed.
Ryan Adams, a distribution field engineer for Entergy New Orleans, discusses why it is important to help improve reliability for his community.
Through storm winds and summer heat, our linemen’s commitment to New Orleans never wavers. Shelton Hudson and Clay Bray explain why they do what they do.
Entergy Design Engineer Kenyon Webber believes in the importance of inspiring children with science. That’s why she volunteers with STEM NOLA and Dr. Calvin Mackie.
Planting thousands of trees and keeping hogs, disease and invasive plants from ruining the young forest is a tough job – especially in scorching heat and muddy conditions. But thanks to an environmental grant from Entergy Texas, Inc., the Trinity River Wildlife Refuge is able to do just that.