For the past three days, these employees have gathered at local establishments to provide updates and information about estimated restoration times and disaster resources.
We have partnered with New Orleans Recreational Development to provide generators to its facilities for residents to cool off, hydrate and charge their phones, while our crews continue to restore power in the greater New Orleans area.
Everyday functions for lineworkers – which includes men and women – include installing and maintaining electrical components such as poles, transformers and power lines.
It’s a fact of electric utility life that sometimes animals cause power outages. Usually, it’s squirrels. But this week it’s birds. Egrets, herons, cormorants and sometimes turkey vultures, as far as we can tell. And may we suggest you finish your breakfast before reading the explanation.
Entergy Women’s Leadership Advisory Council partnered with our internal Women’s Employee Resource Group to pilot two mentoring programs specifically for female employees because as the world changes, we believe the face of the utility business needs to change as well.
The anticipation of summer fun may be the homerun of the school year, but for many students scoring an internship is the grand slam. This year, Entergy New Orleans has opened its doors for two interns to explore the ins-and-outs of working for a premier utility.
Entergy's Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer Ann Delenela was nationally recognized as one of the "Women to Watch in STEM" Profiles in Diversity Journal.
At Entergy Louisiana, we are always working to improve the reliability of your service. This type of work is happening in every corner of our state.
Lines to be de-energized while moving equipment.
Attention customers in the Walton Heights/Pleasant Ridge area in west Little Rock: Entergy Arkansas is moving power lines to accommodate the widening of Cantrell Rd./Highway 10. To do the work safely, it will be necessary to interrupt service to numerous customers in the area for 2-7 hours beginning 10 p.m. Wednesday, July 28.