Our nearly 26,000 workers from 40 states are helping assess damage and destruction across our territory and restoring service where it is safe to do so. The restoration process will continue to accelerate in the coming days.
Working as designed, NOPS is helping to restore customers in small increments because of its very flexible operating profile. That ability is critical when post storm restoration conditions change by the hour.
Entergy continues to make restoration progress following Hurricane Ida’s destructive path through southeast Louisiana and Mississippi. After nearly four days of restoration, Entergy has restored 179,000 customers.
Halfway into the fourth day of restoration work, Entergy has restored 172,000 of customers who lost power due to Hurricane Ida and progress continues.
Thunderstorms rolled through the state on Wednesday, causing additional widespread outages for customers in Entergy Mississippi’s service territory from Holmes and Attala counties down to the I-20 corridor. As of 7 a.m., about 19,500 customers are without power. Approximately 12,000 of those outages are due to yesterday’s severe weather and the remaining 7,500 are associated with Hurricane Ida.
Entergy continues to make substantial restoration progress following Hurricane Ida’s destructive path through southeast Louisiana and Mississippi. After three days of restoration work, Entergy has restored 167,000 customers.
Storms bringing heavy winds in some areas have moved through the southwestern and southern portions of Arkansas, causing widespread power outages.
On day three of assessing damage and restoration work following Ida’s landfall, Entergy has restored nearly 107,800 customers.