Customers affected by the recent thunderstorms in Southeast Texas can get assistance at a newly-opened mobile customer information center in Port Arthur.
Restoration is well underway following hurricane-like storms across our territory on May 9.
Entergy continues power restoration efforts following last night’s storms, as near hurricane-force winds, severe lightning and flooding has caused massive destruction to the electrical system.
High winds and a deluge of rainfall from overnight storms wreaked havoc across the Entergy Texas service area.
Entergy Texas is proud to announce that it received the 2019 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year Award for its outstanding efforts in promoting energy efficiency in residential new construction.
The China-Stowell Transmission Project is a new 25-mile, 230kV transmission line that provides an “additional lane” to provide reliable and affordable electricity to the area.
Entergy Texas customers have saved nearly $200 million from the utility’s membership in MISO, a regional transmission organization.
Entergy has brought in approximately 300 employees and contractors to help in the restoration effort from storms that devastated the Entergy Texas service area. At 4 p.m., approximately 6,000 customers are without power. Crews are restoring power as safely and quickly as possible.
Entergy Texas, Inc. is responding to damage from numerous storms, including a reported tornado around 11 a.m. in the Franklin area of Robertson County that has knocked out a major transmission line and brought down numerous electrical lines.