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.
During the winter storm in February, Entergy employee Matt Courtney of Clinton received a call from an elderly neighbor whose power was out. She had been running a space heater with a portable generator and needed help connecting it to her refrigerator to keep her food from spoiling.
State receives Silver Shovel award for 2020’s economic development successes
At Entergy, we’re committed to sustaining a respectful and inclusive workplace, while developing a workforce that reflects the rich diversity of the communities we serve. Watch this year's Pride Month video with Julie Harbert, our senior vice president of corporate business services and Pride Employee Resource Group executive sponsor.
Ron Moore, Entergy Louisiana safety specialist, received a lifesaving award from the American Red Cross after he helped a man who was choking at a local restaurant.
This June marks 35 years of safe, reliable and clean operations at Entergy’s River Bend Station nuclear power plant. This milestone is possible due to employees, such as Kim Maxwell, dedicating their time and support to ensure the station successfully meets company goals and works with the communities Entergy serves.