We believe our customers should have the choice to self-generate electricity from renewable resources, as well as the ability to provide excess energy to the distribution grid, just as they do today.
On Friday, Aug. 28, one day before the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s landfall along the Louisiana and Mississippi coasts, Chairman and CEO Leo Denault spoke with CNBC's Melissa Lee.
We always say that we are more than a power company – that what we do powers the lives of the people we serve. This was never clearer than in the days after Hurricane Katrina when people couldn’t come home, schools and grocery stores couldn’t open, gas stations couldn’t run – nothing could happen until the power came back on.
Drones can fly right up to the equipment on the top of a transmission tower and capture high-resolution images that can be viewed on the spot by someone on the ground or viewed later as a movie.