Entergy Louisiana customers’ homes and businesses will continue to be powered by emission-free energy from the Toledo Bend hydroelectric plant under a recently approved agreement.
Whether it’s through investments to help create jobs and spur community growth, donating to law enforcement agencies to protect officers and residents, supporting the arts and beautifying urban spaces, or aiding local food pantries in an effort to alleviate hunger — Entergy gives back year-round to the communities it serves.
Despite the damage and loss of power, crew members said West Florida residents were among the kindest and most resilient folks around, which made “plugging in those meters and fuses” even more rewarding.
As cooler temperatures roll in, so do shorter days and longer nights.
Although you may be gearing up to ward off a horde of ghosts and goblins this Halloween, now is a great time to start combating the phantoms already haunting your home.
To the Lorio family, the word community is all-inclusive. It’s the surrounding geography, the oak trees adorned with Spanish moss and the fishing holes near the Bonnet Carré Spillway.
Entergy’s $10,000 donation will be used to protect deputies while they protect the community.
The late J. Wayne Leonard, chairman and CEO from 1998-2013, spearheaded Entergy’s corporate social responsibility program and was regarded as one of the industry’s foremost advocates for low-income customers.
Relief for hundreds of thousands of vulnerable households in Entergy’s service area.
An estimated $100 million in additional funding will provide relief for hundreds of thousands of vulnerable households in Entergy’s service area.