Entergy’s Louisiana utilities continue to monitor the potential for impact to Louisiana from Tropical Storm Gordon. Forecasters have put southeast Louisiana under a tropical storm warning. The National Hurricane Center has issued a hurricane watch for parts of the Gulf Coast.
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.
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.
In its first comprehensive base rate case since 2008, Entergy New Orleans today filed a plan with the New Orleans City Council to establish a single, uniform rate structure for all Orleans Parish customers, while improving reliability, modernizing the grid and utilizing new technologies that will provide customers with innovative solutions and help them take greater control over their energy costs.
Melonie Stewart has been named vice president of customer service for Entergy’s two Louisiana utility companies. She will lead Entergy’s distribution engineering, operations and customer service organization in Louisiana.
Now is the time to take action to control your energy usage before summer electricity bills come due. Implementing simple steps now can add up to big energy savings later.
With slightly above-average activity predicted for the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season, Entergy wants you to know it is ready to safely and quickly restore power should a storm strike our area.
Following the New Orleans City Council’s February 2018 resolution directing Entergy New Orleans to quantify the benefits to customers of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the company has agreed, under the direction of the council’s advisors, to flow through approximately $50 million in tax savings benefits by July 2019.
Entergy Corporation today announced that it has completed an internal investigation to determine whether any supporters of Entergy New Orleans’ proposed New Orleans Power Station were paid to appear or speak at certain public meetings sanctioned by the Council of the City of New Orleans. Upon completing an extensive investigation, Entergy can confirm that it did not pay, nor did it authorize any other person or entity to pay, individuals to attend or speak at Council meetings. Furthermore, Entergy was not aware that any person or entity engaged on its behalf would do so or had done so.