While the calendar technically says it’s fall and everything now comes pumpkin spice flavored, Louisianans are still feeling the heat.
Even with work and home obligations, Entergy Louisiana employees find time to help others. Whether preparing taxes for low-income customers, helping families after disaster strikes or working with students with different learning levels, volunteering is just one way employees share their time and talents.
Three Entergy gas servicemen in Louisiana went above and beyond to help a blighted community while in the neighborhood for a service call. Now, they are being honored by their industry peers in the Southern Gas Association for their efforts to help better the quality of life in the communities we serve.
River Bend Station leader partners with Save One Life to raise money for victims of bleeding disorders.
Remember, Entergy never demands immediate payment from customers over the phone!
As customers’ needs and expectations from us grow, our relationship continues to evolve. While we continue providing electric and gas services, we also are partnering with you to help you use less energy and save money.
Entergy Louisiana is using the Community Action Poverty Simulation to raise awareness of poverty and increase collaboration among community agencies providing critical services.
Lonnie Hamilton has been driving boats all his life -- a skill that's handy in the Bayou State, where there's way more water than land. Hamilton is an Entergy lineman based in the New Orleans metro region, and unlike most linemen who drive service trucks, his vehicle of choice is an airboat. But as a recent incident proved, Hamilton's airboat can be useful beyond his Entergy duties.
Entergy’s grant support helped enhance Turtle Cove Environmental Research Station.