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Entergy New Orleans, a subsidiary of Entergy Corporation, is an electric and gas utility serving Orleans Parish. Customers on the east bank of the parish are served by Entergy New Orleans, while customers on the west bank, or Algiers portion of the parish, are served by Entergy Louisiana. Entergy New Orleans owns one generating station: the 870 MW Michoud Plant located in eastern New Orleans.

Formed in the early 1900s as New Orleans Public Service Inc., or NOPSI, the company originally provided gas and electric service and maintained the streetcar and bus lines with one simple goal: to provide courteous, continuous and efficient service at all times. Although the company eventually relinquished operation of the streetcar and bus lines, Entergy New Orleans maintains a similar goal with a new slogan: keep the lights on and the gas flowing.

At a Glance

(Including all Entergy Corp. and subsidiary companies in New Orleans metro area)
  • 6,000 direct and indirect employees in New Orleans area including:
    • 400 Entergy New Orleans employees.
    • 2,200 total Entergy employees.
    • 3,400 indirect employees
  • 1,500 Entergy retirees in New Orleans area.
  • $800 million in annual local spending including payroll, purchases, services, taxes and contributions.
  • Utility regulated by the New Orleans City Council.
  • President and Chief Executive Officer of Entergy New Orleans, Inc. is Charles L. Rice, Jr. (since June 2010).

Electric

  • Serves Orleans Parish, excluding Algiers.
  • Approximately 168,000* electric customers.
  • 1,430 miles of distribution lines.
  • 158 miles of transmission lines.
  • 22 substations.
  • Generation — 5,100,000 MWh sold (retail).

Gas

  • Serves Orleans Parish.
  • Approximately 103,000* natural gas customers.
  • 34 miles of transmission lines.
  • 1,678 miles of distribution lines.
  • World’s largest gas rebuild effort underway in New Orleans since 2007, replacing 800+ miles of gas lines.

*as of 12/31/13