Severe weather expected to affect much of Entergy Mississippi’s service area
Facility offers immersive training environment for future line workers from four-state region
Decorative lights, dry trees are common sources of holiday fires
While the pandemic has put a damper on the season, many are finding that reviving and even expanding the tradition of decorating for the holidays is a great way to add some cheer and normalcy to otherwise troubled times. When it comes to decorating with lights, Entergy has a few suggestions to avoid safety hazards associated with holiday lights.
Fall weather is upon us, and now is the time to spring into action with some maintenance and perhaps additional safety measures in and around your home.
While the path and intensity of Tropical Storm Zeta could change, the companies are preparing for the enhanced risks of severe thunderstorms, strong winds, heavy rains, high tides and coastal flooding in portions of Louisiana.
Entergy remains committed to the safe, secure, and reliable operation of Palisades until the plant’s permanent shutdown in the spring of 2022.
Entergy’s Louisiana companies are monitoring and planning for the potential impacts of two tropical systems forecast to move into the Gulf of Mexico in the coming days. Customers are encouraged to do the same.
The company is prepared and urges customers to be prepared, too