They say it takes a village. But when extreme weather events tear apart the communities we serve, it actually takes an army of electric line workers and contractors to put the pieces back together again.
When extreme weather causes power outages, thoughts usually turn to utility crews in bucket trucks repairing the poles and wires necessary to restore electric service. Behind the scenes, however, a completely different scenario is unfolding — one involving housing, food and fuel for hundreds, sometimes thousands, of workers.
Renee now oversees the New Orleans Power Station as plant manager.
Entergy Nuclear celebrates Women's History Month with LaToya Robinson
“Whether you’re playing on a football field for the Tigers, operating an aircraft carrier for your captain in the Navy or repairing a utility pole for Entergy with your crewmembers, we all have to be in alignment and execute as a team to be successful."
Kelvin Winslow, senior manager of operations and construction at Entergy Texas, values family, enjoys graphic design and recently dabbled in woodworking.
Entergy volunteers helped pack over 200,000 meals for Louisiana food banks.
In November of last year, Flave Carpenter retired from Entergy Arkansas after 26 years, essentially ending the family legacy at the company.
Meet Staci Meyer, resource planning manager for Entergy Texas.