Entergy Louisiana provided a $105,000 grant to the South Louisiana Economic Council as part of the company’s efforts to support regional economic development across the state.
In the aftermath of Harvey’s devastation, Southeast Texas showed the resilience to overcome. Neighbors, families and businesses stood together and rebuilt, stronger than ever. A year later, that rebuilding continues. This is why on the first anniversary of Hurricane Harvey hitting the Lone Star State, Entergy Texas is giving $300,000 to local educators, local governments and nonprofit organizations to replace items that Harvey destroyed.
Entergy Mississippi, Inc. has taken another step toward modernizing the electric grid and building the utility of the future. The company intends to purchase the Choctaw Energy Facility, a modern power plant in French Camp, Mississippi, subject to regulatory approval.
Even before the clouds passed, the rain ended and the final power outage was restored, Entergy employees came together to plan. First, Entergy worked to help customers and employees rebuild stronger communities. Entergy employees also worked to rebuild a stronger electric system. In the past year, Entergy Texas has taken steps to protect electric infrastructure, and improve restoration efforts following extreme weather.
Natural gas-fired plant upgrades fleet, benefits customers and environment
Entergy Louisiana provided a $110,000 grant to the Northeast Louisiana Economic Alliance as part of the company’s efforts to support regional economic development across the state.
Leadership changes at Entergy New Orleans.
Effective Monday, August 20, Charles Rice, currently president and chief executive officer of Entergy New Orleans, LLC will transition to a new role in Entergy’s legal department. Rod West, group president, utility operations for Entergy Corporation, will add the role of interim president and chief executive officer of Entergy New Orleans to his responsibilities until a successor is named.
Palm trees have become synonymous with tropical paradise, but the straight, fast growing trees can quickly become a nightmare for some homeowners who plant them under power lines.
Entergy New Orleans announced today that it is withdrawing its filing of July 31 that proposed a change in the electricity and gas rates for New Orleans customers.