At the height of the storm, approximately 270,000 Louisiana customers were without power. As of 9 a.m. Sunday, approximately 174,000 customers remain without power.
Entergy Louisiana crews continue to make progress with restoration efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura.
Power must be first restored to transmission lines and substations in order to energize the distribution lines that bring power into neighborhoods, businesses and homes.
Restoration work is well underway in Jefferson Davis Parish after Hurricane Laura brought heavy rain and high winds that knocked down trees and utility poles — and in some cases, trees onto power lines.
Entergy Louisiana crews continue making progress assessing, repairing damage.
Hurricane Laura hits area especially hard; Some 130,000 lose power as storm barrels through
Entergy’s Louisiana storm team is continuing to assess damages and restore power where it is safe to do so after a devastating Hurricane Laura exited the state Thursday afternoon.
A workforce of more than 13,000 will restore outages caused by Hurricane Laura
Entergy is enlarging its storm team to respond to any impacts across Louisiana from tropical storms Marco and Laura. The company is assembling a restoration workforce of approximately 3,800 workers and continues to acquire more as forecasts for Laura indicate a potential Louisiana landfall.