Hurricane season starts June 1 and with predictions of major activity, Entergy’s Louisiana companies want to be sure you are prepared.
Early morning storms Easter Sunday caused outages across the Entergy Arkansas service territory, and more severe weather is forecast for this evening.
Stay safe by knowing where underground utility lines are located in advance
Field employees keep the power flowing during this critical time
Social distancing of six feet is but one reason to keep a safe distance from crews. Work sites can have any number of hidden dangers for the public, and distracting crews can cause accidents to happen. Entergy urges the public to stay away from utility employees and contractors working in the field.
Severe weather can strike at any time, so Entergy stays prepared year-round, and urges customers to do the same.
It’s Carnival time y’all! As beads and other items go flying through the air, Entergy encourages you to stay alert!
The Edison Electric Institute (EEI) today presented Entergy Corporation with the association’s “Emergency Assistance Award” after a severe windstorm impacted Dallas in June. Entergy also received the association’s “Emergency Recovery Award” for its outstanding power restoration efforts after Hurricane Barry hit Louisiana in July.
Entergy’s Louisiana utilities continue to monitor Tropical Storm Barry and are preparing for potential impact to the state. A team of more than 1200 crew members have been assembled to respond to the storm, and an additional 770 workers from other neighboring Entergy utilities have been mobilized to assist with restoration in Louisiana. Entergy also can call in additional crews to assist pending the path and intensity of the storm.