Entergy is sending an initial wave of more than 820 restoration workers to support a safe restoration effort in anticipation of widespread damage from Hurricane Ian, including vegetation and line crews.
Leaves are changing, temperatures are dropping, everything is flavored with pumpkin spice … today is officially the start of fall. But don’t let the calendar fool you: Hurricane season doesn’t officially end until Nov. 30.
A new statue has been dedicated in downtown Lake Charles saluting the linemen and linewomen who came from all over the United States to restore electrical power after Hurricane Laura.
As we mark the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Ida, the historic event serves as a stark reminder that while Entergy is prepared to safely respond to whatever Mother Nature brings our way, it only takes one storm to make it a challenging season.
Stay away from and don’t walk in flooded areas or standing water. Remember that wet tree limbs can conduct electricity, too.
Our region has been lucky this year, but don’t let your guard down. We are entering the peak of the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season.
When it comes to storm recovery costs, in the absence of receiving federal aid or insurance, we work closely with our regulators to ensure we're using the best methods to continue providing essential services and keep bills more affordable.
Crews worked late into the night to restore power to more than 22,000 customers after thunderstorms rolled through the state Monday, causing widespread damage and a peak of 23,000 outages.
Thunderstorms with strong winds and lightning knocked out power to thousands of Entergy Arkansas customers this afternoon, with a peak of 23,000 outages. The hardest hit areas were Little Rock, Hot Springs and Pine Bluff, with many downed trees and limbs on power lines, broken poles and substation equipment damages.