Entergy Texas crews have made significant progress following Hurricane Delta’s destructive winds and rains affected Southeast Texas
Crews continue to assess damages and restore power where it is safe to do so after Hurricane Delta exited Entergy’s service territory Saturday evening.
Members of Entergy’s storm team are assessing damages and restoring power where it is safe to do so after Hurricane Delta made landfall Friday afternoon near Creole, Louisiana, as a Category 2 hurricane.
The Chicot Solar Energy Center began operation Sept. 30. The facility has a peak capacity of 100 megawatts of energy powered by the sun, enough to power 18,000 Entergy Arkansas customers’ homes.
Storm expected to impact company’s 45-county service area
Entergy’s Louisiana utilities are prepared to mobilize a storm team of approximately 10,000 employees and contractors to respond to any impacts from Hurricane Delta.
Entergy Texas, Inc. is continuing to monitor and plan for any potential impacts from Hurricane Delta.
Customers should make plans now and follow guidance of state and local officials
Entergy Arkansas estimates the 61 customers across the state subscribed to the company’s Solar Energy Purchase Option - Option B will save $60 million over the next 18.5 years by purchasing power generated at the Stuttgart Solar Energy Center.