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Entergy finishes new south Texas power transmission line

The high voltage line was energized on May 1 – exactly one year after the project began

Entergy New Orleans pilots residential rooftop solar program

The Residential Rooftop Solar Program is a way for New Orleans customers in need to participate in the benefits of distributed renewable energy 

Entergy working with NextEra on third Arkansas solar project

 Once completed, it would be Entergy's third utility-scale solar project in Arkansas and bring its total solar capacity to 281 MW, enough to power about 45,000 homes.

Cooper Nuclear Station still operational despite Nebraska flooding

Nebraska Public Power District has been preparing for the worst since Friday. 

Entergy Texas breaks ground on gas-fired Montgomery County Plant

The ceremony symbolically marked the start of construction for the Montgomery County Power Station. It is under construction next to the existing Lewis Creek Power Plant in Willis.

Continue the DTECH conversation at Omicron’s Recloser and Distribution Automation Workshop

I just returned from DistribuTECH in New Orleans and as usual, I came home with all kinds of practical information relating to our industry. Having attended DistribuTECH for nearly 20 years, I'm always impressed with the vast amount of presentations made on distribution automation, data analytics, asset management, DER's, grid resiliency, smart cities, and microgrids. The wild card in our industry currently seems to be energy storage. The amount of exhibitors and presentations on this subject seems to grown each year. Utilities have had to reinvent themselves. Remember when utility customers were referred to as "ratepayers" and they paid their monthly "light bill"? Times have indeed changed! One thing that hason't changed is DistribuTECH's commitment to technical topics and information that you can immediately implement at your utility. I can hardly wait till 2020 when DTECH goes back to San Antonio.

Customers are the heart of the utility industry, say DistribuTECH keynote speakers

NEW ORLEANS-With customers getting more savvy, and having higher expectations surrounding technology in general, utilities must become partners with their customers, not simply suppliers of electricity.

Knowledge Hubs Attract First-Time Rush at DistribuTECH

The four hubs-being utilized at DistribuTECH for the first time ever-were jammed pack with curious and interactive standing-room-only audiences.

Tour highlight: Pilot solar farm offers lessons learned

It is a bit ironic to visit a solar farm on a foggy, overcast morning, but you have to take whatever weather you are given – in New Orleans in early February. At least it wasn't raining, which was definitely in the forecast just the day before.

Utility University Shows off Deeper Dive into Grid Challenges

Utility University kicked off with an array of four- and eight-hour sessions. Subjects ranged from overviews on what's happening with IEC 61850-related datasets to deployment of AMI to support distribution operations and much more.