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Entergy’s Energy Delivery Function

Entergy’s energy delivery system moves high voltage bulk electric power across an interconnected grid of wires and substations.

The Entergy transmission system spans four states, 114,000 square miles and six regulatory jurisdictions (including the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission).

The energy delivery function plans, engineers, builds and operates approximately 15,700 miles of 69kV - 500kV transmission lines. As a member of the Southeastern Electric Reliability Council, Entergy is committed to serving its customers reliably across its interconnected grid of wires and substations.
 
The system moves bulk power from generating plants to distribution points for delivery to wholesale customers and cooperatives as well as to approximately 2.8 million retail customers of Entergy Arkansas, Inc., Entergy Louisiana, LLC and Entergy Gulf States Utilities, L.L.C., Entergy Mississippi, Inc., Entergy New Orleans, Inc. and Entergy Texas, Inc.

The system operations center in Pine Bluff, Ark. has overall responsibility for operations. Transmission operations centers for Entergy’s operating companies are located in the areas those companies serve.

The Entergy transmission system is part of the Eastern Interconnection, the network of interconnected transmission systems that move bulk power throughout the eastern third of the United States and eastern Canada.

Entergy’s energy delivery function headquarters is in Jackson, Miss.

Acadiana Load Pocket Reliability Project presentation
Holland Bottom presentation