Entergy New Orleans Won't Build Drainage Pump Substation

New Orleans Makes Small Steps Towards Recovery

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The New Orleans Sewerage & Water Board is looking for another power partner in a deal to keep drainage pumps working in flood emergencies.

Executive Director Ghassan Korban told SW&B members last week a $30 million deal with Entergy New Orleans fell through.

Entergy tells The Times-Picayune it could get back involved in the project if the utility's finances are stabilized.

Entergy New Orleans saw its credit rating drop after Hurricane Ida hit last year.

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