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AP: Post-Ida recovery in New Orleans: Beer and beignets are back

About 201,000 of Entergy’s 205,000 customers, or 98% percent, now have power, the company said, and those that don't had more severe damage.

Thousands face weeks without power in Ida’s aftermath

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Louisiana communities beginning the huge task of clearing debris and repairing the damage inflicted by Hurricane Ida are facing the dispiriting prospect of weeks without electricity in the oppressive, late-summer heat.

As Hurricane Sally nears, Entergy progressing toward full electricity restoration in wake of previous...

Entergy and mutual aid crews, still dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Laura and with another storm on the way, are progressing toward full restoration of electricity to customers by the end of month. The...

Entergy crews, contractors transfer and install massive transformer

Changing the way crews work during a pandemic doesn’t stop major projects from moving forward, no matter how big they are. Entergy Corp. employees and contractors joined forces to transport a 100-ton transformer from Chalmette,...

May 13 webcast featuring leaders from ComEd, Entergy, & Grant County PUD discussing how...

Aside from nurses, doctors and researchers, few companies are more truly essential than power utilities during this era of COVID-19. The world is changed, but the world still wants and needs its power on. Clarity...

Entergy’s new 980-MW Lake Charles gas-fired plant operational three months ahead of schedule

Entergy Corp. has put its newest combined cycle gas turbine power plant into operation Louisiana. The 980-MW Lake Charles Power Station began commercial operation this past weekend. The $872 million project provides cleaner emitting electricity...

Editor’s Note: Pandemic now impacting utilities in a personal way

The novel coronavirus, which has swept throughout the world, is also impacting the power generation sector in a very personal way. In addition to stories about suspending service disconnection and donations to fighting the virus outbreak, there is a...

Utilities keeping customers connected while coronavirus fears intensify

Much of the U.S. utility power generation sector has responded to the coronavirus scare in the best way it knows — making sure customers keep their electricity in a crisis. Dozens of utilities have announced...

Entergy names new St. Charles CCGT plant in honor of former CEO Leonard

Entergy Louisiana renamed its newest combined cycle gas turbine power plants in honor of the man who led the company for 15 years through major economic and weather challenges. ...
GE Black Start

GE completes first battery assisted black start of a heavy duty GE gas turbine

For the first time, GE has used energy storage in black starting one of its heavy duty gas turbines. GE announced Wednesday that it achieved the battery-assisted black start of a GE 7F.03 gas turbine at...

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