The Lake Charles Transmission Project represents one of the largest single transmission projects in Entergy Louisiana’s history.
Patrick Hamby, a customer service representative with Entergy Louisiana, has been part of the Entergy family for 13 years.
Entergy Louisiana is sending a team of nearly 200 employees and contractors to the East Coast to help restore power following anticipated widespread damage by Hurricane Florence.
Entergy has partnered with Southern University to further support their mutual commitment to developing engineering talent for the future. A $2 million grant to Southern University from Entergy and the Entergy Charitable Foundation will support classroom and lab infrastructure improvements, as well as curriculum and faculty professional development for the university’s engineering program.
While Louisiana was spared the brunt of Tropical Storm Gordon, its impact serves as a reminder of how important preparedness is.
For the 11th consecutive year, Site Selection magazine has named Entergy as one of the nation’s Top 10 utilities in economic development.
Tropical Storm Gordon made landfall on the Alabama coast about 9 p.m. Tuesday. The effects thus far on our customers are minimal, but the potential for heavy rains and flooding still exists in Mississippi.
Entergy executives and government officials gathered in Westlake, Louisiana, on Jan. 22, 2018, to break ground for the Lake Charles Power Station, an $872 million natural gas-fired combined-cycle unit. The plant, which is scheduled to be in commercial operation by June 2020, will produce enough energy to meet the average power needs of 675,000 Louisiana homes.
Entergy’s Louisiana utilities continue to monitor the potential for impact to Louisiana from Tropical Storm Gordon. Forecasters have put southeast Louisiana under a tropical storm warning. The National Hurricane Center has issued a hurricane watch for parts of the Gulf Coast.
Entergy Louisiana provided a $105,000 grant to the South Louisiana Economic Council as part of the company’s efforts to support regional economic development across the state.