To keep the power reliably flowing, Entergy Texas works year-round to maintain and upgrade its infrastructure to improve service reliability to customers across Southeast Texas.
Brian Lanka, currently director of engineering at Waterford 3, has accepted the chief engineering director position for the Entergy fleet. In this role he will be responsible for leading multiple fleet-wide engineering initiatives. Crystal Garbe, currently plant support engineering manager, has been named director of engineering at Waterford 3.
No one gets through the tough times alone, particularly when faced with the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. It takes communities coming together for the betterment of all. At Entergy Texas, we are working to do our part.
Providing a helping hand to the community is an act of kindness Entergy employees take part in year-round, even in times of crisis.
More than 100 years of service to Entergy by three generations of Sadlers ends Friday.
Longtime Entergy employee and Mountain View resident Everette Sadler Jr. has the keys to the city. Or at least the keys to the gates. More like the tool shed. “I have the keys to get to the lawnmower so I can keep the grass cut at our professional-grade disc golf course I helped create,” Sadler said recently, “which makes me pretty proud.”
Students and faculty at Southern University are using 3D printers in their Entergy-sponsored lab to make parts for reusable N95 masks to be used by COVID-19 health care professionals.
The company launched two virtual hubs with information, tools and resources to help customers and small businesses navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our customers are friends, neighbors or family, and we are passionate about serving you and our communities, every step of the way.
Josh Vance has been familiar with Entergy all his life. He remembers the company’s strong community presence in his hometown of Brookhaven, Mississippi. More than a decade ago, Josh joined the company as an engineering co-op student. Since then he has held several engineering roles and served as a line supervisor. Today, Josh is Entergy Mississippi’s construction manager, based in Jackson.