A series of significant weather threats are rapidly closing in on our service territory and communities.
Entergy utilizes every method available to ensure that our grid remains as sound as possible.
Courtney Patrick joined Entergy nearly three years ago as an engineering associate and recently moved to a meterman trainee position in Jackson, Mississippi. She lives and works safely for her family, including her sons Landen and Londen.
Entergy is proud to partner with the American Indian College Fund, which provided scholarship support to more than 4,300 American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) students in 2017-18.
Radio stations are playing holiday music and twinkling lights line the main streets in town. For some, part of the celebration of the season involves decorating their house with lights. Entergy Louisiana has some bright ideas to help put safety first this holiday season with a few simple reminders and precautions.
Ever wonder what it’s like to work a storm? Follow along with some of our crews as they assisted Georgia Power following Hurricane Michael. You’ll get a day-by-day break down of what life is like for our crews on storm duty.
While the costs of goods or services like gasoline and cell phones have increased faster than the rate of inflation, Entergy rates have not.
A resilient power grid and affordable energy is just step one in the blueprint for a bright future. To complete the circuit and help all Louisianans achieve their full potential, we must do more than produce power. We must step beyond the grid.