Power has been knocked out to approximately 58,000 customers as of 10:30 a.m. Saturday as Hurricane Barry moves over the Louisiana coast.
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.
Entergy continues to monitor the disturbance located off the coast of Florida as it moves toward the central Gulf of Mexico.
We are pleased that the Court's ruling leaves intact the settlement Resolution of the Council that allows the construction of the New Orleans Power Station to proceed.
Entergy is committed partnering with organizations, like Start the Adventure in Reading based in New Orleans, to help ensure that all our customers – even the youngest – have access to a quality education. Nonprofit community partners, such as Start the Adventure in Reading, were recipients of more than $1.3 million awarded by shareholders through the Entergy Charitable Foundation’s first round of grants in 2019.
When it’s hot outside, we want it cool inside. But trying to keep your cool in the dog days of summer can take a chunk of change out of your pocketbook. Even though Entergy has some of the lowest rates in the country, using a lot of electricity – which most people do in summer – can lead to high bills. After all, air conditioning and heating account for as much as half of your monthly bill.
Entergy New Orleans is pleased with the Court’s ruling today upholding the New Orleans City Council's well-reasoned decision approving the construction of the New Orleans Power Station.
Hurricane season starts June 1. And although slightly below-normal activity is predicted this year, we know that it only takes one storm to affect our customers. Entergy is ready to safely and quickly restore power should a tropical system head our way.
The calendar may say summer hasn’t officially started, but the heat is ramping up! Now is the time to take some simple steps to help minimize the impact sizzling temps can have on your energy bill before summer is in full swing.