To meet the growing electric demand on Bolivar and modernize the equipment serving the area, Entergy Texas has built the new High Island Substation that will soon serve the area. For crews to complete the reliability work safely, customers on Bolivar will experience an outage on Monday, May 17, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The pandemic put a pause on a lot of things in the world, but it didn't slow our commitment to continue to power life for our customers.
To keep the power reliably flowing, Entergy Texas works year-round to maintain and upgrade its infrastructure to improve service reliability to customers across Southeast Texas.
Electricity plays a huge part in our lives. Whether it’s at your home, school or work, reliable power keeps our lives moving. To keep the power reliably flowing, Entergy Texas crews are regularly working to make reliability upgrades to improve equipment with newer, more modern technology.
In an effort to modernize the electric grid and support a growing Southeast Texas, Entergy Texas crews hit the streets (backyards, fields and even the skies) to perform reliability walk-downs.
From installing new technology to prevent outages before they occur to replacing outdated equipment with newer, more efficient equipment, we are taking steps so our customers can continue to rely on us.
The plant, which was celebrated with a groundbreaking ceremony in February, is about 14 percent complete in construction and currently remains ahead of schedule.
Entergy is building a smarter energy infrastructure by including devices to automate the distribution of power on the lines that feed millions of homes and businesses across its four-state service area.
Entergy employees use an array of high-tech tools to ensure service reliability.