To help meet the workforce needs of Louisiana’s rapid economic growth, Entergy’s Louisiana companies announced today an investment of more than $1 million in shareholder dollars to support local workforce development training programs.
Entergy New Orleans is hosting Information Sessions in November to keep the community fully informed about its investments in the city, including the newly proposed New Orleans Power Station.
Ninth Consecutive Year on the List.
Ninth Consecutive Year on the List
As part of long-term planning to ensure that Entergy New Orleans, Inc. can continue to serve the city’s energy and capacity needs, the company today filed an application with the New Orleans City Council seeking its approval to build the New Orleans Power Station – a new, modern power plant – at its existing Michoud site in an industrial area on the eastern edge of New Orleans.
Entergy Louisiana, LLC has entered into two agreements to supply power to LACC, LLC and Lotte Chemical Louisiana LLC facilities in southwest Louisiana.
Entergy Louisiana, LLC has named Jeff Holeman manager of new business development. Holeman will be responsible for continuing to lead our focused initiatives to enhance the competitiveness of our service area through strong partnerships with our state, regional and local economic development allies and the real estate community across Louisiana.
With a goal of supporting and driving economic growth and prosperity in the rapidly expanding Gulf Coast region, Entergy has developed and launched a freestanding website designed to attract site selectors and companies looking to potentially expand in the four states served by its utilities. The site, GoEntergy.com, will quickly place the Entergy region in the consideration set of these businesses, powering jobs and economic growth in the region.
Entergy Louisiana, LLC has entered into an agreement to supply power to the proposed Lake Charles LNG project in southwest Louisiana.
Entergy Louisiana, LLC announces the addition of two commercial contractual agreements executed in southwest Louisiana.