ICYMI - Thousands of New Orleans youth will be vaccinated over the next few months due to a new initiative by the The City Of NOLA and Mayor Cantrell's Office of Youth and Families, in partnership with CrescentCare and Nola Public Schools. Read more - enter.gy/6015yoiac
The average American family uses about 300 gallons of water a day, more than just a drop in the bucket. You can help stop the drain on this precious resource with these simple conservation tips: enter.gy/6010yoZmw
Our commitment to powering the workforce allows us to contribute to the quality of life in our communities. It was a pleasure hosting our interns this summer and we wish you a successful school year. enter.gy/6017yWV71#WePowerLife
We are proud to support the Youth Vaccine Initiative. It's more important now than ever that we remain united with our community partners to help educate our local communities and reduce the spread of COVID 19. twitter.com/UnitedWaySELA/…
We are proud to support STEM NOLA in the opening of the first Innovation Center in New Orleans. We share their commitment to encourage children to do extraordinary things and prepare them for their future careers. twitter.com/GrowLACoalitio…
The new user-friendly bill layout was created to help you better understand your energy usage, line items & important information about your bill. Visit enter.gy/6015y9sJx to learn more about your new bill.
Energy Smart helped a local McDonald's franchise save $12,620 annually on their energy bills by making upgrades to their lighting, HVAC and fryer systems — and they’re sharing the savings with employees. Read more on how: enter.gy/6016ylcxk
Did you know August recorded the most monthly underground utility damages for the entire year in 2018? Join us in observing 8/11 Day today to remind everyone to contact 811 prior to any digging project, large or small, to have underground utilities marked. @Call811
Every few minutes an underground utility line is damaged because someone decided to dig without calling 811? Tomorrow is 8/11 Day (Aug. 11), and a great reminder to always call 811 before you dig for any outdoor project to prevent damage to underground [email protected]
DYK - By registering your mobile device, you can get power outage alerts and restoration updates, report a power outage, see your balance and due date, and check work order or permit status? Visit enter.gy/6014ylgwe to sign up for text messages.
Do you know how to recognize a gas leak? If you smell natural gas or hear a blowing or hissing noise, leave the area immediately and call 911, then call Entergy at 1-800-ENTERGY. For more safety tips visit: enter.gy/6018ylPTw
Leaving pets out of emergency and evacuation plans can put pets, pet owners and first responders in danger. Be sure to include your pets in your severe weather checklist. Learn more on pet safety with the CDC at enter.gy/6010y9qPC#HurricaneSafety#HurricanePrep
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ICYMI: Check out our president and CEO Deanna Rodriguez discuss how important strong partnerships are in the growth and success of Entergy New Orleans and the city. Read more in Biz New Orleans: enter.gy/6013ycF5z
We're in the midst of hurricane season. Make sure you're including canned goods on your grocery list. Many canned foods can last a long time on your shelf and are ready to eat with no cooking required. Visit enter.gy/6014y9Ul2 for more on food safety during storms.
Happy Customer Appreciation Day from Entergy New Orleans. Earlier this week, customers who came into our Care Centers received gift bags, and a few grand prize winners received hurricane prep kits, chairs and umbrellas. From us to you, thank you! #WePowerLife.
Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate! Whether you are working or playing outside, make sure you keep water handy and take frequent drinks, especially if the temperatures feel hotter than blue blazes. Find more tips on how to stay cool during the summer ➡️ enter.gy/6013y9oUJ 💦 ☀️8
DYK there are creatures who lurk among us that can disrupt your power? Sneaky attacks of critters getting into electric facilities have been responsible for thousands of power outages in New Orleans and utilities across the world. enter.gy/6017yix91
Customers can now sign up to use an environmentally friendly source to power their homes with our Green Power Option. Our Green Pricing tiers can match up to 100% of your energy usage with renewable energy for a few dollars more a month ➡️ enter.gy/6014yik76#renewables
Extremely hot temperatures continue to impact the area. Entergy New Orleans customers with advanced meters have a handy way to access detailed energy usage data online through the MyAdvisor dashboard to help manage their bills and conserve energy: enter.gy/6012yiOZG
DYK a 15-year secondary refrigerator/freezer can use twice as much energy annually as a new model? Energy Smart is offering $50 to residential customers for recycling their secondary fridge or freezer. Learn more: enter.gy/6015y9xPb
Congratulations to our community partner Dr. Calvin Mackie on the launch of STEM Global Action. We share his commitment of encouraging children to do extraordinary things and preparing them for their future careers.
Curbing your daytime use of big appliances like washers, dryers and dishwashers can help you conserve energy and save money on your bill. For more on how you can conserve energy during the heat visit enter.gy/6016y91sG
Smart speakers can help make your home energy smart. By connecting your smart speaker to other smart devices in your home, like lights, appliances, thermostats & advanced power strips, you'll have greater control over how energy is conserved in your home enter.gy/6017yghOV
Installing a programmable thermostat can help you use less energy when demand is high by controlling your home's temperature, even when you’re not there. Visit enter.gy/6012ygvuA for special incentives and savings this summer.
The heat is on! But, is your home prepared for the heat? Check out these heat safety measures you can take in your home to help you conserve energy and save money on your bill this summer enter.gy/6018ygUYa.
It's the dog days of summer. A high-performance air conditioning tune-up through our Energy Smart A/C Tune-up Program can help keep you cool, conserve energy and save money. Visit enter.gy/6017ygXtB for instant discounts. Customers are eligible for tune-ups every two years.
Scammers are sneaky! They call and try to trick you into thinking that your bill is past due and your power will be cut off. They demand immediate payment. Don't fall for it! If you get such a call, hang up and call 800-Entergy. entergy.com/scams#StopScams
DYK that you can conserve energy, reduce demand on the power grid and save money on your bill by doing a load of laundry at night using cold water only? Visit enter.gy/6016y5x2Y for more on how you can beat the heat by conserving energy in your home.
Make sure air coming into your home is clean and healthy. Air filters on some air conditioning units require monthly cleaning or replacement. You can also get your A/C inspected to make sure your system is leak-free and operating efficiently. More tips: enter.gy/6017yekoX
Even after the sun goes down, heat can be a real danger - especially in large cities. Dark pavement and buildings are very effective at absorbing heat. Stay Weather-Ready by always practicing heat safety, no matter the time of day. enter.gy/6019yeZBJ
Times are tough, and we're trying to make things a little easier. If you're having trouble paying your bill, or have a past-due balance, check out the help we're offering, such as flexible options and up to 12 months to pay. enter.gy/6019y5z9S#WePowerLife