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.
Entergy’s corporate social responsibility review committee has approved a grant of nearly $34,000 to River Parishes Community College for improvements to the welding shop. The grant comes after company personnel recommended safety improvements be made at the school.
The dog days of summer have arrived in Entergy’s service area. But before you get your paws dirty, remember to call 811.
Brad Barrios was looking for work after being laid off from an oilfield job when a friend told him about a “good, steady career” as a line worker.
An integral part of Entergy Louisiana’s continued growth is investing in those who are helping to discover the next big thing – students.
Louisianans “know what’s below” thanks to forward-thinking, damage prevention pioneers like Robert Borne, Entergy gas and compliance manager.
It’s more than luck that recently earned Entergy recognition as a Tree Line USA utility for the 13th year in a row.
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