Series of meetings raises awareness of storm preparation and how to stay safe during weather events.
National Preparedness Month is a good time for us to remember that regardless of where we live – as far south as Cocodrie, as far north as Monroe or in a major city like New Orleans – hurricane season is a threat to all Louisianans.
Think you’re off the hook during hurricane season if you don’t live on or near coastal counties? Think again.
Hurricane season officially starts June 1, but the Gulf of Mexico is already churning up tropical activity. With slightly above-average activity predicted for the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season, Entergy Texas wants you to know it is ready to safely and quickly restore power should a storm strike our area.
Graduations, birthdays, parades, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, sporting events … there’s always a reason to celebrate, and to buy colorful supplies to spice up the festivities. But when buying Mylar balloons, keep in mind that unless they’re closely controlled, they can cause power outages.
Did you know that for every degree lower than 78 degrees on your thermostat can increase your bill as much as 3 percent?
The recognition commends our outstanding efforts in consumer education and promotion of ENERGY STAR, which gives consumers credible, unbiased information to make knowledgeable decisions about energy efficiency.
Whether you take advantage of the extra sunshine to make energy-efficient home improvements, brighten up your garden or simply enjoy some fresh air, now is a good time to brush up on your outdoor safety knowledge.
In a show of bipartisan support, Senate Bill 2295 recently passed the Mississippi House of Representatives by a vote of 90-26. It now goes back to the Senate for concurrence, where it originally passed by an overwhelming vote of 51-1.