Entergy Louisiana workers expect to have power restored to all customers who can accept it by Monday afternoon.
The devastating Easter Flood of 1979 is an unforgettable part of Jackson, Mississippi’s history. The Pearl River crested and flooded the city’s downtown that April. As expected, the community rose above the devastation. And Entergy, then Mississippi Power & Light, employees were there, fighting to protect the community’s electric power supply. Now 40 years later, some of our employees and retirees still remember the damage and how they pulled together to maintain service to customers.
Entergy Louisiana crews expect to restore power by tonight to all customers but those in the areas hit hardest by Saturday’s severe weather.
Entergy Louisiana crews continued Sunday repairing damage and restoring power to customers affected by Saturday’s violent storm system.
Energy Smart is a local energy-efficiency program that helps New Orleans electric customers save energy and money. In 2018, Energy Smart saved over 48 million kilowatt-hours and paid more than $5.6 million in incentives across residential and commercial customers. Commercial and industrial customers saved nearly 30 million kWh and received about $3.4 million in incentives.
There comes a time when you may be faced with a situation where you know you must go above and beyond to help those in need.
National award recognizes outstanding contributions and achievements of employee and business resource groups and diversity councils.
Partnerships with HBCUs reflect Entergy’s commitment to diversity and workforce development.
Low-income senior and disabled customers received about $48 million in bill payment assistance last year.