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Entergy's Women in Nuclear has been named "most reactive chapter" by U.S. WIN for the second straight year.
Entergy's Women in Nuclear has been named "most reactive chapter" by U.S. WIN for the second straight year.
News > Leadership, Employees
It’s a WIN win again: Entergy Women in Nuclear “most reactive” chapter
06/06/2024

National award recognizes excellence in promoting nuclear science in the community

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News > Communities
Entergy, Pontchartrain Conservancy “sweep” Pontchartrain Basin ahead of hurricane season
05/29/2024

$35,000 donated to conservancy for continued community and education efforts

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News > Communities, Customers, Grid modernization, Growth
Phase one of Entergy Louisiana’s comprehensive grid resilience plan approved by LPSC
04/19/2024

2,100 projects aimed at reducing restoration costs and enabling faster community recovery following storms.

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Students from Livonia High School Jobs for America's Graduates program joined the River Bend team to learn about nuclear power and the different careers onsite.
Students from Livonia High School Jobs for America's Graduates program joined the River Bend team to learn about nuclear power and the different careers onsite.
News > Leadership, Communities, Customers, Employees
Entergy’s River Bend Station employees host Livonia High School students
12/06/2023

Community engagement is key to the plant’s long-term success

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News > Communities, Customers, Storms, Environment
Entergy, Pontchartrain Conservancy “sweep” Pontchartrain Basin
06/02/2023

$15,000 donated to conservancy for continued community efforts

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Pictured in the front row are Terrebonne Parish Councilman Darrin Guidry, Terrebonne Parish Councilman Daniel “Danny” Babin, Rep. Beryl Amadee, Entergy Louisiana Customer Service Manager Stacy Fontenot, Terrebonne Churches United Foodbank Executive Director Lawrence DeHart, Terrebonne Parish Councilman Dirk Guidry, Terrebonne Churches United Foodbank Board Member Carol Cambre and John Cambre. Picture in the back row are Terrebonne Churches United Foodbank Board President John Welch, Terrebonne Parish Manager Mike Toups, Danny Benoit, Jason Mayeaux, Terrebonne Churches United Foodbank Community Relations Director John “Spud” McConnell, Nancy Parisean and Matthew Clearwater.
Pictured in the front row are Terrebonne Parish Councilman Darrin Guidry, Terrebonne Parish Councilman Daniel “Danny” Babin, Rep. Beryl Amadee, Entergy Louisiana Customer Service Manager Stacy Fontenot, Terrebonne Churches United Foodbank Executive Director Lawrence DeHart, Terrebonne Parish Councilman Dirk Guidry, Terrebonne Churches United Foodbank Board Member Carol Cambre and John Cambre. Picture in the back row are Terrebonne Churches United Foodbank Board President John Welch, Terrebonne Parish Manager Mike Toups, Danny Benoit, Jason Mayeaux, Terrebonne Churches United Foodbank Community Relations Director John “Spud” McConnell, Nancy Parisean and Matthew Clearwater.
News > Communities
Entergy Louisiana supports food pantries throughout National Volunteer Month
05/16/2023

Throughout the month of April, Entergy Louisiana and its employees partnered with local food pantries and put into action what is at the cornerstone of the company’s mission — volunteerism

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Entergy's WIN chapter has been recognized by the national organization for its significant achievements in promoting nuclear science in the community.
Entergy's WIN chapter has been recognized by the national organization for its significant achievements in promoting nuclear science in the community.
News > Leadership, Communities, Employees
It’s a WIN win: Entergy Women in Nuclear named “most reactive” chapter
03/14/2023

National award recognizes excellence in promoting nuclear science in the community

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News > Communities, Employees
Blue Cross, Entergy and Healthy Blue pack more than 214,000 meals for Louisiana food banks
02/23/2023

In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, 600 employee volunteers from leading Louisiana companies gathered at sites across the state to pack meals for local food banks.

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Entergy's River Bend Station in St. Francisville, La. has entered its 22nd refueling outage.
Entergy's River Bend Station in St. Francisville, La. has entered its 22nd refueling outage.
News > Communities, Customers, Grid modernization, Safety, Employees, Environment
River Bend Station begins 22nd refueling outage
02/13/2023

Work boosts local economy by bringing in 1,900 additional workers

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