In continuing its efforts to help Baton Rouge customers and community partners recover from last year’s devastating floods, Entergy has awarded grants totaling $225,000 to two nonprofits.
Construction starts March 1 on a $60 million transmission project that will improve service reliability for Plaquemines Parish residents and help meet the power needs of the area’s growing economy.
It’s Carnival time! As the beads and other items go flying through the air, Entergy Louisiana, LLC reminds you not only about the importance of being safe around power lines, but also staying alert as well. Festive metallic balloons that folks release into the air can also cause problems. If they get caught in power lines, they can cause power outages.
On Super Bowl weekend, Entergy Louisiana and the Capital Area United Way volunteers are kicking off the tax season by making sure the big winners are local customers who claim their Earned Income Tax Credit.
Entergy Louisiana customers moved a step closer to saving millions in fuel costs and helping the environment with today’s ceremony formally kicking off construction of the St. Charles Power Station.
Small businesses damaged by flooding in southeast Louisiana are among the beneficiaries of the Entergy Charitable Foundation's second round of grants awarded in 2016. Grants to the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry and other nonprofit organizations in Louisiana communities totaled more than $1 million. LABI created the Louisiana Small Business Rebirth Fund to help flood-damaged businesses rebuild and re-open.
BATON ROUGE, La. – Most Entergy Louisiana customers will receive more than $70 million in refunds on their January bill and an ongoing $9.4 million rate reduction as part of an agreement involving the cost to replace steam generators at the Waterford 3 nuclear plant.
While warmer-than-normal temperatures this fall may have you thinking that winter isn’t coming, it’s right around the corner. In fact, low temperatures are forecasted to drop this week and stay cold for a couple of nights in a row.
Entergy Louisiana, LLC today received approval from the Louisiana Public Service Commission to build a new natural gas-fired, combined-cycle power plant in St. Charles Parish.