The Lake Charles Transmission Project represents one of the largest single transmission projects in Entergy Louisiana’s history.
Outages identified more accurately. Faster outage restoration response times. Billing and service questions answered more efficiently. Potential energy saving tools for customers. These are all benefits of Entergy Arkansas’ vision for a smarter energy future, through the company’s deployment of advanced metering.
Entergy Mississippi, Inc. has taken another step toward modernizing the electric grid and building the utility of the future. The company intends to purchase the Choctaw Energy Facility, a modern power plant in French Camp, Mississippi, subject to regulatory approval.
In its first comprehensive base rate case since 2008, Entergy New Orleans today filed a plan with the New Orleans City Council to establish a single, uniform rate structure for all Orleans Parish customers, while improving reliability, modernizing the grid and utilizing new technologies that will provide customers with innovative solutions and help them take greater control over their energy costs.
The ‘brain of the electric grid’ marks another milestone in building the utility of the future.
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The residents of Little Rock, Bryant, Benton, Hot Springs, Fountain Lake, Lonsdale, and Malvern, and other surrounding communities and areas of Pulaski, Saline, Garland, and Hot Spring Counties, are invited to discuss the construction of a 500 kV Substation and transmission line project proposed by Entergy Arkansas, Inc.
State regulators endorsed another element of Entergy Louisiana’s plan to modernize its generation fleet with today’s vote to approve an agreement for the company to buy a 361-megawatt plant to be built in Washington Parish.
On a path to a Bright Future for southeast Texas, Entergy Texas, Inc. filed a plan to keep rates low, while continuing to grow the economy by investing in new infrastructure to ensure reliable and cost effective electricity for customers.
Entergy officials joined with business leaders and elected officials at the Stowell Substation on State Highway 65 in Stowell today to “cut the wire” on a transmission project that is part of a three-year, $2 billion investment by Entergy Texas to modernize infrastructure to provide more reliable and affordable energy across Southeast Texas.