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More than 100,000 Entergy Louisiana customers without power – New Orleans, Louisiana

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Two weeks have passed since Hurricane Aida caused widespread damage to southeastern Louisiana. Approximately 100,000 Entergy Louisiana customers remain powerless. Most of those stops are in the Parish of Bayeux. The Parish of Laforche still has more than 26,000 customers in the dark, and the Parish of Terrebonne also has more than 20,000 customers without electricity. Following the Parish of St. Charles, it needs to serve 18,000 customers, with 6,000 stopped in the Parish of Jefferson. With just 12 days of restoration work following the hurricane Aida destruction route, Entergy New Orleans and Entergy Louisiana employees have restored power to almost all customers in the Greater New Orleans and Greater Baton Rouge regions. These areas include the Ascension, Iverville, Jefferson and Orleans East-West Bank parishes. Since the landing of Ida, Enter G has restored power to more than 800,000 customers. Enter G officials say all damage assessments have been completed. According to Enter G, damage in Louisiana and Mississippi included damage or destruction of 30,679 poles, 36,469-span wires, and 5,959 transformers. The number of damaged or destroyed poles is reported to be higher than Katrina, Ike, Delta and Zeta combined. Estimates are subject to change as the assessment continues and the crew completes repair work in the affected area. 22 Laforche Diocese September 29 * Livingston Diocese September 13Lower Jefferson ParishSept.29 * Plaquemines ParishSept. 29 * St. Charles Parish September 29 * St. James Parish September 17 John Parish September 17 Tangipa hoa Parish / St. Helena September 17 Telebonne Parish September 29 * Entergy provides backup generation and power restoration to many important service providers, including hospitals and wastewater facilities. The company also works individually with large industrial customers, including refineries and manufacturing facilities, to coordinate restorations. For more information on company recovery work after Hurricane Aida, please visit energy.com/hurricaneida. On the North Shore, Creco has restored power to almost every customer in the Parish of St. Tamany, reporting only 22 blackouts on Monday. Creco has restored power to all its customers in the Parishs of Tanghi Pahoa, Washington and St. Mary. The Washington St. Tammany Cooperative reports that it has been fully restored in the Parish of Tangipahoa and the Parish of Washington, with only six unpowered customers in St. Tammany.

Two weeks have passed since Hurricane Aida caused widespread damage to southeastern Louisiana.

Approximately 100,000 Entergy Louisiana customers remain powerless.

Most of those stops are in the Parish of Bayeux. The Parish of Laforche still has more than 26,000 customers in the dark, and the Parish of Terrebonne also has more than 20,000 customers without electricity.

Following the Parish of St. Charles, it needs to serve 18,000 customers, with 6,000 stopped in the Parish of Jefferson.

With just 12 days of restoration work following the hurricane Aida destruction route, Entergy New Orleans and Entergy Louisiana employees have restored power to almost all customers in the Greater New Orleans and Greater Baton Rouge regions.

These areas include the Ascension, Iverville, Jefferson and Orleans East-West Bank parishes.

Since the landing of Ida, Enter G has restored power to more than 800,000 customers.

Enter G officials say all damage assessments have been completed. According to Enter G, damage in Louisiana and Mississippi included damage or destruction of 30,679 poles, 36,469-span wires, and 5,959 transformers. The number of damaged or destroyed poles is reported to be higher than Katrina, Ike, Delta and Zeta combined.

Estimates are subject to change as the assessment continues and the crew completes repair work in the affected area.

Assembly parish

September 22

Laforche parish

September 29 *

Livingston Parish

September 13

Lower Jefferson Parish

September 29 *

Plaque Mins Parish

September 29 *

St. Charles Parish

September 29 *

St. James Parish

September 17

St. John Parish

September 17

Diocese of Tangipahoa / St. Helena

September 17

Terrebonne parish

September 29 *

Entergy provides backup generation and power restoration to many important service providers, including hospitals and wastewater facilities. The company also works individually with large industrial customers, including refineries and manufacturing facilities, to coordinate restorations.

For more information on the company’s recovery efforts after Hurricane Ida, please visit: entergy.com/hurricaneida..

On the North Shore, Creco has restored power to almost every customer in the Parish of St. Tamany, reporting only 22 blackouts on Monday.

Creco has restored power to all its customers in the Parishs of Tanghi Pahoa, Washington and St. Mary.

The Washington St. Tammany Cooperative reports that it has been fully restored in the Parish of Tangipahoa and the Parish of Washington, with only six unpowered customers in St. Tammany.

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