July 25, 2024

Entergy New Orleans

Entergy Proposes $1.2B in New Orleans Resilience Investments
Entergy New Orleans submitted a filing to the New Orleans City Council detailing its plans to harden electrical infrastructure ahead of future severe weather.
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.
New Orleans Seeks FERC Inquiry into Entergy Planning Practices
Entergy continues to field criticisms that it’s hindering transmission development to keep its territory shielded from competing energy suppliers.
Facing City Council Inquiry, Entergy Says it Could Sell New Orleans Utility Arm
Entergy said it could either sell its New Orleans unit, merge it with Entergy Louisiana or step out of the way as New Orleans navigates a municipal utility.
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. 
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.
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.
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."
Entergy Investigations Certain to Follow Hurricane Ida Restoration
As greater New Orleans endures a second day of blackouts following Hurricane Ida, questions are swirling regarding Entergy's massive transmission failure.

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