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MONROE, La. – Entergy Louisiana provided a $25,000 cash grant to the North Louisiana Economic Partnership in support of their efforts to develop the 14-parish region of North Louisiana into a thriving area and a destination for …
Originally posted on The Acadiana Advocate
L ouisiana economic development officials have certified a 45-acre site along Interstate 49 in Opelousas in a move expected to help attract businesses and industry to the area.
The site, called Blue Andrus, is on the south side of Opelousas along the I-49 frontage road …
As you think about all the best customer experiences you’ve ever had, two things probably occurred. First, the company providing the product or service likely offered you with something that met a personal need – something that felt like it was made just for you.
Secondly, you likely also had a …
Last month Entergy New Orleans reached a milestone approval for an innovative urban solar energy solution – a $15 million project to construct 5 MW in aggregate of utility-owned, distributed-scale solar photovoltaic systems.
Secured by long-term leases, these systems will be located on customer-owned rooftops across New Orleans. Entergy New Orleans …
When a developer is considering a commercial project, such as a strip mall or a residential subdivision, and has a question about providing power or what utility company has the right to serve the project, who can they call? In Louisiana, they can rely on Entergy’s New Construction Services Team.
Entergy Louisiana has signed a 10-year agreement with Yuhuang Chemical Inc. (YCI) to supply power to YCI’s new methanol facility in St. James Parish.
YCI, a U.S. subsidiary of Shandong Yuhuang Chemical Co. Ltd., is developing its first major U.S. project in St. James Parish. The company purchased the old St. …
Originally posted on The Business Journals
In the past seven years, Louisiana Economic Development’s Certified Sites Program has grown over 500 percent – from 15 certified sites to over 80.