Hurricane season starts June 1. And although slightly below-normal activity is predicted this year, we know that it only takes one storm to affect our customers. Entergy is ready to safely and quickly restore power should a tropical system head our way.
The calendar may say summer hasn’t officially started, but the heat is ramping up! Now is the time to take some simple steps to help minimize the impact sizzling temps can have on your energy bill before summer is in full swing.
As of 5 p.m. Monday, May 13, Entergy Louisiana restoration crews have restored power to all customers who can accept it. Entergy crews remain in the area to assist with completing local service-related work, such as new installations, temporary disconnects and reconnects from storm damage and debris clean up.
Entergy Louisiana restoration crews expect to restore power to all customers who can accept it by 10 p.m. Monday, May 13. Additional crews have been brought in to assist with restoration work in all areas.
Entergy Louisiana crews are continuing storm restoration efforts in north Louisiana, bringing in additional crews to help restore power to all areas in the hard-hit parishes of Jackson, Bienville, Winn and Natchitoches.
Entergy Louisiana crews are continuing storm restoration efforts in north Louisiana, bringing in additional crews to help restore power to all areas in the hard-hit Parishes of Jackson, Bienville, Winn and Natchitoches.
Entergy Louisiana customers have saved more than a half of a billion dollars from the utility’s membership in MISO, a regional transmission organization.
Entergy Louisiana and Cleco customers are being served by a stronger, more resilient electric grid. The companies have completed the construction of a new 36-mile, storm-hardened transmission line that will strengthen service reliability for customers across southeast Louisiana.
Entergy shareholders provided $9.7 million in grants in 2018 to support more than 700 nonprofit organizations that provide essential services and help build healthy, vibrant communities across Louisiana. Approximately 50 percent of the contributions went to support education and workforce development.