The Lake Charles Transmission Project represents one of the largest single transmission projects in Entergy Louisiana’s history.
Entergy Charitable Foundation partners with nonprofits to provide vital services
Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP and Entergy Texas, Inc. recently partnered to improve energy efficiency and drive energy savings at Chevron Phillips Chemical’s headquarters in The Woodlands. This project, through the Entergy Solutions program, helps work with customers to provide unique solutions to take advantage of energy savings.
Residents in El Dorado may have noticed trucks and crews around town working on a significant equipment upgrade. Workers are scheduled to rebuild transmission lines through the middle of November. There will be more work in substations from December through February, although not as visible to customers.
Twenty nonprofit organizations in communities served by Entergy Arkansas, Inc., were among the beneficiaries of more than $142,000 awarded through the Entergy Charitable Foundation first round of grants for 2018. Requests for funding through the Entergy Charitable Foundation are reviewed twice annually. The foundation has a special focus on low-income initiatives as well as educational and literacy programs.
Entergy Corporation is among just four U.S. electric utility companies named to the 2018 Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index (DJSI). Only companies that excel in developing and implementing long-term economic, environmental and social strategies and actions are included on the index.
The two operating units at Indian Point Energy Center, Unit 2 and Unit 3, received their renewed operating licenses today from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), ending more than 11 years of regulatory review.
MISO has terminated the appeal to limit electricity use, effective at 6:30 p.m. on September 15. Action initially requested due to demand potentially exceeding available generation.
Entergy Louisiana is sending a team of nearly 200 employees and contractors to the East Coast to help restore power following anticipated widespread damage by Hurricane Florence.