Entergy employees presented fun and engaging activities to promote STEM pathways outside of the classroom.
Thousands of Louisiana families in need will have access to nutritious food this holiday season thanks to grants from Entergy Louisiana.
Entergy is proud to partner with the American Indian College Fund, which provided scholarship support to more than 4,300 American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) students in 2017-18.
Radio stations are playing holiday music and twinkling lights line the main streets in town. For some, part of the celebration of the season involves decorating their house with lights. Entergy Louisiana has some bright ideas to help put safety first this holiday season with a few simple reminders and precautions.
A resilient power grid and affordable energy is just step one in the blueprint for a bright future. To complete the circuit and help all Louisianans achieve their full potential, we must do more than produce power. We must step beyond the grid.
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.