Despite the extensive damage, crews were able to restore power to all customers who could receive it within a week of the storm. Engineers also used the rebuild as a chance to strengthen the grid and prepare Rolling Fork for greater resiliency during future storms.
Entergy Louisiana crews and contractors will be rebuilding a distribution powerline in Parks beginning in May and continuing through September.
Although Couch died in 1941, the foundation he had established in Mississippi helped position the company to meet the post-World War II surge in electricity demand and the accelerated pace of business and industry expansion.
Plan will reduce post-storm costs and outages, restore service faster, and spur economic growth
Today, Entergy announced the release of its 2022 Integrated Report, an overview of the company’s performance and highlights for the year, progress on its goals and the opportunities ahead for 2023 and beyond.
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Entergy Louisiana is building a new substation along Carlyss Drive in Carlyss, constructing four distribution powerlines and upgrading other nearby line segments to support residential growth in the area.
Entergy has been named a top U.S. utility by Business Facilities magazine for our commitment to economic development. We are one of just 14 utilities recognized in this national roundup.
Residents and businesses of the City of Abbeville and the Town of Erath are now being served by a stronger, more resilient electric system after Entergy Louisiana completed a $15 million upgrade to a section of transmission lines in Acadiana.
Our crews continue to make steady progress on this important project.