Customers should begin making plans now ahead of potential impacts from severe weather
Hurricane season starts June 1 and with predictions of major activity, Entergy’s Louisiana companies want to be sure you are prepared.
Will help build a smarter, more connected energy grid
The energy efficiency kits are available to restaurants, retailers and offices and include energy-saving products such as LED light bulbs, faucet aerators and LED exit signs.
Working on a case-by-case basis, Entergy New Orleans’ customers will have the ability to extend payments of their past due amounts over a longer period.
Entergy is providing funding to support Ochsner Health’s current team of health care workers, as well as those training to join the frontlines of the COVID-19 response.
Construction has begun on a 20-megawatt solar plant on approximately 90 acres of flood-protected property at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans East.
Employees at the Entergy New Orleans Power Station and Burns & McDonnell donated approximately 1,500 N95 masks to the hospital’s health care workers.
Entergy’s Louisiana utilities are closely monitoring the weather and are prepared to respond to outages should severe weather impact Louisiana Sunday.