Hurricane Harvey is expected to cause power outages across the Texas Gulf Coast, and Entergy Texas crews will be ready to respond when needed.
As Tropical Storm Harvey churns toward the Texas coast, Entergy Texas, Inc., is monitoring the storm and preparing for the potential impact to Southeast Texas. Current forecasts predict that Harvey could develop into a hurricane before it makes landfall Friday on the Texas coast and stalls, bringing torrential rainfall and flooding to the region.
Paving the way for a new source of local, reliable power, the Public Utility Commission of Texas today voted to approve a proposal by Entergy Texas, Inc. to build the Montgomery County Power Station (MCPS), a 993 megawatt combined-cycle natural gas power plant in Willis, Texas.
Entergy Charitable Foundation is accepting second-round grant requests through Aug. 1.
Air conditioners are wonderful, but electric fans can be a great, inexpensive way to stay cooler on these long summer days.
With temperatures on the rise in Southeast Texas, there’s good news ahead for Entergy Texas, Inc. customers. Average residential electric bills will drop by $4.59 per month when fuel-related refunds and credits begin showing up on July bills. The lower rates will remain on bills through September.
Customers are enjoying savings thanks to Entergy Texas, Inc.’s membership in MISO, a regional transmission organization.
Entergy Texas, Inc. is keeping a close eye on a tropical system in the Gulf of Mexico that is expected to make landfall within the next 48 hours.
Today marks the official start of the 2017 hurricane season, and Entergy Texas employees are ready to respond if a major storm threatens the state.