Entergy New Orleans worked with the City to outfit 15 critical community sites with manual transfer switches to enable quick hookup of temporary generators and natural gas facilities to provide fuel for the generators after a storm.
As we mark the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Ida, the historic event serves as a stark reminder that while Entergy is prepared to safely respond to whatever Mother Nature brings our way, it only takes one storm to make it a challenging season.
When it comes to storm recovery costs, in the absence of receiving federal aid or insurance, we work closely with our regulators to ensure we're using the best methods to continue providing essential services and keep bills more affordable.
Entergy continues to closely monitor the weather, our equipment, and grid conditions, and take appropriate steps to ensure reliable delivery of power to our customers.
Analyzing growth cycles, predicting overgrowth areas before they impact your service
For most of the week ahead, we’re expected to see the highest energy usage by our customers that the company has ever seen. This follows a week of high temperatures that spanned across much of the U.S. bringing record-high heat to some areas.
Extremely hot weather is expected this week and could lead to increased energy usage over the next few days. These extreme conditions create potentially high demand for electricity, and we have some tips to help you manage your energy usage and bill.
Entergy New Orleans and Entergy Louisiana are ready for another hurricane season come June 1, and you should be ready, too.