July 15, 2024

Hurricane Ida

Entergy Learning from Florida to Improve Resilience
Entergy says it has borrowed from Florida in ensuring its $15 billion, 10-year accelerated resilience plan will upgrade its system against future storm damage.
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.
PPL Announces Losses, Dividend Cut in Q4 Call
PPL’s stock price took a sharp hit when it announced during its Q4 earnings call that it was cutting dividends in half and missed earnings targets.
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MISO in 2022: Seasonal Capacity, Fleet Turnover and Tx Planning
MISO's 2022 to-do list will be dominated by getting major transmission built and crafting a seasonal capacity auction.
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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Overheard at Infocast Southeast Renewable Conference
About 300 regulators and industry representatives met at the Southeast Renewable Energy conference to discuss the region’s efforts to attract solar power.
Despite Ida, Entergy Reports Strong Quarter
Entergy said it had a "strong" third quarter, despite Hurricane Ida’s landfall in August along Louisiana’s Gulf Coast and its ensuing destruction.
Robb, Granholm Push Modernization at GridSecCon
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm and NERC CEO Jim Robb discussed the challenges of climate change and cybersecurity on the second day of GridSecCon 2021.
NYPSC: Utilities Ready for Winter; Electric and Gas Prices Increasing
New York officials forecast that utilities will have sufficient electric and natural gas capacity for the coming winter, though bills will likely be higher.
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.

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