At Entergy, we make every attempt to limit customer interruptions. There are times, however, where we must take scheduled interruptions when we’ve identified equipment that has already disrupted service. Check out these simple tips to help you prepare for a scheduled outage.
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Preparing for a storm is a challenge that Entergy New Orleans lineworkers train for year-round, but it takes a little different effort and resilience to restore power during a dual event.
Entergy New Orleans’ customers are now being served by a stronger, more resilient electrical grid.
Our goal is to fix it right the first time to eliminate follow-up site visits and to make our equipment more dependable for customers.
Entergy New Orleans regularly sends out teams to inspect tree limbs and keep them at a safe and manageable distance from our infrastructure to deliver dependable power to our customers.
Ryan Adams, a distribution field engineer for Entergy New Orleans, discusses why it is important to help improve reliability for his community.
Through storm winds and summer heat, our linemen’s commitment to New Orleans never wavers. Shelton Hudson and Clay Bray explain why they do what they do.
Entergy utilizes every method available to ensure that our grid remains as sound as possible.
Through a process known as sectionalization, Entergy New Orleans is improving distribution grid reliability and reducing the number of customers impacted should an outage occur.