Entergy New Orleans will reach its goal of installing 5 megawatts of distributed-scale solar in the city of New Orleans through its Commercial Rooftop Solar Program.
Entergy’s Louisiana companies recently provided $200,000 to Greater New Orleans, Inc. to support the organization’s economic development efforts in 10 south Louisiana parishes. The funds will be used to create business development, retention and environmental programs in the Greater New Orleans area.
Customers have saved approximately $1.3 billion on electric bills since the utility subsidiaries of Entergy Corporation became members of Midcontinent Independent System Operator, a regional transmission organization.
Total Community Action Inc. and Louisiana Housing Corporation in partnership with Entergy New Orleans will launch Total Power, an innovative pilot program designed to protect and support the most vulnerable customers in New Orleans, by linking the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program with energy education and conservation, and with TCA’s self-sufficiency case management model.
The 2019 tax season represented a milestone for Entergy in Louisiana’s efforts to help low-income customers break the cycle of poverty. Since 2009, Entergy’s free Super Tax Day events have helped nearly 73,000 working families in Louisiana receive $126 million in Earned Income Tax Credit refunds.
Entergy New Orleans is committed to building partnerships with the community we serve. Recently, plans were finalized with the University of New Orleans for a solar installation, atop two buildings at the University, that will add 600-Kilowatts of clean energy to the New Orleans’ grid.
Thousands of Louisiana families will have access to nutritious food this holiday season thanks to Entergy’s partnerships with local community service organizations.
Don’t let Old Man Winter take a bite out of your wallet. Now is the time to implement some helpful energy-saving tips so you can keep the cash in your wallet while keeping the cold outside where it belongs.
Entergy crews have confirmed that a non-Entergy contractor installing underground fiber optic cable in downtown New Orleans inadvertently bored into an electrical line knocking out power to City Hall and Civil District Court.