Like a baseball farm system, Lamar Institute of Technology’s (LIT) utility line technology program is preparing graduates for the big leagues. And, for some graduates, the big league is a line crew at Entergy Texas. For years, LIT developed future Entergy employees by preparing students to work in the power line industry as apprentice linemen.
While back-to-school time usually means the end of summer, Mother Nature has the final say-so as to when the excessive summer heat will end. It’s never too late to take control of your cooling costs!
In today's installment of 'five questions,' we sit down with Steve Pilgrim, director of business and economic development, to discuss why cities within our service area are good places to operate a business
This summer’s Beat the Heat Program was deemed “fan-tastic” by the agencies who received 1,300 fans, courtesy of Entergy Texas.
Today is National Lineworker Appreciation Day. So we reached out to Paul Nye, New Caney utility foreman and former lineworker, to chat about his career trajectory at Entergy Texas.
Today we're joined by Sgt. Stephanie Davis, a spokesperson for the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). For the past few years, representatives from the department's Division of Emergency Management have taken part in Entergy Texas' storm exercises.
Veterans who spent years defending America are learning to protect their own financial freedoms through a program funded in part by Entergy.
Entergy sponsored the Shangri La Botanical Gardens and Nature Center’s annual Eco-Fest celebration, which funded the purchase of 1,500 Monarch butterflies. The butterflies were released in Orange during the April 22 event.