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Diary of a Dynamic Duo
10/25/2021

Some heroes wear capes. Some wear work gloves and safety glasses. Most just want to do a good deed for those in need, often because someone else once extended them a helping hand. David Rose, an analyst in Entergy Mississippi’s economic development department, will tell you he’s no hero. Erica Jackson, a senior project manager at Entergy, may beg to differ.

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Video: Strengthening the Grid in Coastal Communities Following Hurricane Ida
10/21/2021

We're building back stronger after Hurricane Ida caused significant damage across our coastal communities. Watch how we're making the electrical system more resilient.

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Be prepared when outages occur
Be prepared when outages occur
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Power outages: Be prepared
10/07/2021

To keep your family safe and comfortable during an outage or other emergency, it's important to be prepared. Here are some tips.

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Entergy Louisiana Hurricane Ida Update – 9/30/21
09/30/2021

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Line workers repair extensive damage caused by Hurricane Laura in north Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Line workers repair extensive damage caused by Hurricane Laura in north Lake Charles, Louisiana.
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Entergy Puts Practice Into Play During Hurricane Season (T&D World Magazine)
09/30/2021

The utility recalls the historically destructive 2020 hurricane season while forecasters predict volatile storms ahead for U.S. coastlines.

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Entergy Louisiana Hurricane Ida Update – 9/29/21
09/29/2021

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Entergy Louisiana Hurricane Ida Update – 9/28/21
09/28/2021

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Entergy Louisiana Hurricane Ida Update – 9/27/21
09/27/2021

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A Resilient System: Entergy Gas Stands Strong After Hurricane Ida
09/27/2021

When Hurricane Ida’s catastrophic and damaging winds left more than 900,000 customers without power across southeast Louisiana, Entergy Gas customers in New Orleans and Baton Rouge were able to use an alternative means to power their needs.

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