Clarence C. Knighten celebrates 22nd refueling outage at River Bend Station
Within one year after Hurricane Ida, Entergy rebuilds a Mississippi River crossing using an unprecedented 175-mph wind loading criteria.
To support a local roadway project and add resilience to the electric system, crews installed eight concrete poles in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Workers dug holes, used a crane to set poles and installed new wire. The project took place near Entergy’s facility along Pecue Lane that serves as the company’s state command center during times of major events such as power restoration following a hurricane.
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.
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.
By coordinating projects across our system on a more holistic basis, we’re able to focus on achieving sustainable reliability gains through these investments.
Entergy Louisiana and Entergy New Orleans are currently replacing hundreds of miles of cast iron, bare steel and other vintage gas pipes to modernize the companies’ gas delivery system.
Entergy Louisiana is proactively improving the electrical system and deploying new technologies across the state, with the goal always to reduce the number of outages and customers affected and allow for a faster restoration of power.
Entergy Louisiana continues to perform distribution and transmission work on the Northshore to prepare for the new Robert substation.