While facing COVID-19-related restrictions, remote working and responding to five named storms, employees and retirees logged more than 95,000 hours of volunteer service during 2020. This service resulted in a $3.4 million impact to local economies.
In March, our community partners at Giving Hope honored New Orleans Power Station employees with a Giving Hope plaque in recognition of their work with the Food Pantry of New Orleans.
Entergy was proud to once again sponsor one of New Orleans’ signature fundraising events, the UNCF Mayor's Masked Ball, held virtually March 20. Sandra Miller, vice president of customer service for Entergy New Orleans, discussed Entergy's partnership with UNCF for a segment highlighted at the ball.
We understand that customers are facing hard times during the pandemic and want to share ways to prevent impacts to your bill.
Bob Franssen, site vice president at Entergy’s Grand Gulf nuclear plant, can pinpoint the exact moment he learned the most powerful lesson of his career.
Crews have restored power to approximately 85% of customers in Louisiana after a strong band of storms brought high winds and damaged electric equipment and knocked out power to approximately 37,000.
As the pandemic continues creating economic hardships for many Americans, free tax-return assistance provided by Entergy volunteers has been vital in helping customers receive Earned Income Tax Credits, one of the most effective tools for lifting low-income workers and their families above the poverty line.
Scharla Bivings (pictured left) served three years as executive board president for Entergy’s WIN regional chapter. Tamara May (pictured right), Entergy Nuclear senior project controls specialist, elected for 2021.