New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-09-07 12:49:47 –
Enter G executives announced at a press conference on Tuesday that efforts to restore Aida’s electricity after the hurricane had increased moderately overnight.
In New Orleans, about 73% of the 205,000 customers who lost electricity in New Orleans recovered from 71%. on Monday.. Across the region, the company was able to recover 58% of its 902,000 customers who lost electricity from 51% on Monday.
Deanna Rodriguez, CEO of Entergy New Orleans, said the company is on track to restore electricity to 90% of the city by Wednesday. She said some areas of the city needed more complex repairs that would take longer.
“There are areas where our recovery efforts are more complicated,” she said. “For example, Algiers requires a lot of work in a very complex backyard.”
John Hawkins, Louisiana’s Vice President of Distribution Operations, said in Algiers that repair workers would have to move equipment to the backyard and use cranes to lift equipment home. I explained that it will take a long time.
According to Rodriguez, another complex area that needed extra time was the Venetian Isles at the eastern end of the Orleans parish. Like the Grand Isle at the southern tip of the Gulf of Mexico state, Rodriguez said the Venetian Isles needed a complete rebuild, not just a repair.
On Monday, both Entergy Louisiana and Entergy New Orleans announced the suspension of late fees. This is in addition to the previously announced suspension of service disconnections due to non-payment of invoices. On Tuesday, Entergy executives did not provide an accurate timeline for how long these outages would last.
Philip May, CEO of Entertainment, Louisiana, said on Tuesday that the company is on track to meet recovery expectations for Jefferson, St. Bernard, Ascension and Livingston dioceses.
“Also, the Parish of Tangipahoa is expected to make great strides in the next few days,” said May.
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