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April 16, 2024

Entergy Louisiana

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NextEra, SREA Protest Canceled MISO Project at FERC
NextEra Energy Transmission and the Southern Renewable Energy Association are asking FERC to intervene in a last-ditch effect to save the only competitive transmission project ever approved for MISO South.
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Entergy LA, NOLA Add Ida-related Debt
FERC authorized Entergy La. and Entergy NOLA to assume more than $15 billion in debt and securities, in part to make up losses incurred during Hurricane Ida.
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Louisiana PSC Defers Vote to Force MISO Exit
Louisiana regulators have shelved a vote that might have had them compelling Entergy Louisiana and Cleco Power to leave MISO for another transmission operator.
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Entergy Fends Off Calls for Tx, Solar, Microgrid Investment
Entergy has pushed back on the notion that sturdier transmission or more solar panels would have helped Louisiana's grid better withstand Hurricane Ida. 
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Entergy Touts Restoration; NOLA Leaders Question Lack of Blackstart Service
Entergy called its restoration work “near-miraculous,” but local leaders asked why the company did not use the New Orleans Power Station's capabilities.
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Entergy Energizes Second Tx Line, Generator
Entergy has activated two of the eight transmission lines serving the New Orleans area, allowing them to restore power to parts of downtown.
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Entergy: ‘Rebuild’ Needed for Worst Ida Damage
Entergy said most of its Louisiana customers affected by Hurricane Ida will see their power restored by Sept. 9 but that some areas will require a "rebuild."
Industrials Challenge Entergy Louisiana Fleet Additions
Entergy’s proposal to spend $10-12 billion to address a 7,000-MW capacity deficit Entergy Louisiana forecasts through 2038 is being challenged.
Entergy Granted Waiver in New Orleans 15th Ward Transfer
FERC granted Entergy permission to use a one-time load adjustment in the transfer of transmission facilities in Algiers.
FERC: Entergy not Required to Buy from Large QFs
Entergy’s operating companies don’t have to sign new purchase power agreements with most QFs above 20 MW, FERC ruled.

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