Entergy is once again working with Grounds Krewe, a nonprofit organization focused on waste prevention, to increase Mardi Gras recycling efforts and expand the use of eco-friendly throws and consumable goods.
Engineers Week is Feb. 20 - 26 and is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers.
Whether you’re after big beads, shiny doubloons or a coveted Zulu coconut, it’s important to catch these safety tips before your krewe hits the parade routes this Carnival Season. Be sure to celebrate Mardi Gras safely by keeping your distance from power lines, or anything that’s touching them.
“I have a passion for hard work, I think about the person working next to me, and I try to give an honest effort no matter the situation,” said Jason Raffray, Locator, Damage Prevention, Entergy New Orleans Gas.
Graduations, birthdays, parades, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, sporting events … there’s always a reason to celebrate, and to buy colorful supplies to spice up the festivities. But when buying Mylar balloons, keep in mind that unless they’re closely controlled, they can cause power outages.
The Gulf South, particularly communities within Louisiana, is home to the largest industrial economy in the United States. The energy needs of this group of customers is unique and energy demands are growing, including new industry coming to Louisiana.
More than 3 million customers now have advanced meters at their homes and businesses.
Courtney Nicholson, Entergy New Orleans vice president of regulatory and public affairs, Brittany Dennis, Entergy New Orleans executive assistant and Alicia Hall, Entergy senior counsel were recently recognized by Louisiana Appleseed at the Good Apple Gala for their pro bono efforts to address the injustices against suspended drivers’ licenses. Dennis was the first paralegal to receive the award in Louisiana Appleseed’s history.
State and local officials joined Arkansas business leaders Tuesday to break ground on the state’s largest-ever economic investment project with U.S. Steel near Osceola, Ark.