Jesse Peavy’s adrenaline was pumping as the Entergy lineman’s bucket rose toward a man dangling from a power line. “By the grace of God,” the man was alive, his fall protection equipment caught on a de-energized line. He was safely rescued thanks to a team effort by Peavy and other linemen from Port Allen.
Patrick Hamby, a customer service representative with Entergy Louisiana, has been part of the Entergy family for 13 years.
While Louisiana was spared the brunt of Tropical Storm Gordon, its impact serves as a reminder of how important preparedness is.
For the 11th consecutive year, Site Selection magazine has named Entergy as one of the nation’s Top 10 utilities in economic development.
Tropical Storm Gordon made landfall on the Alabama coast about 9 p.m. Tuesday. The effects thus far on our customers are minimal, but the potential for heavy rains and flooding still exists in Mississippi.
Tropical Storm Gordon, which made landfall on the Alabama coast Tuesday night, has had minimal impact to Entergy Louisiana customers so far.
Entergy Louisiana is completing preparations for the potential impact from Tropical Storm Gordon, which is expected to make landfall Tuesday night along the Mississippi coast.
Preparation for potential severe weather is vital for us and you, our highly valued customers.
Entergy continues to monitor Tropical Storm Gordon and prepare for its potential impact to Louisiana. The 4 p.m. National Weather Service forecast expects Gordon to develop into a hurricane before making landfall Tuesday night along the central Gulf Coast.