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Kenneth Polite, Former U.S. Attorney, To Lead Entergy’s Ethics and Compliance Organization

Kenneth Polite, Former U.S. Attorney, to lead Entergy’s ethics and compliance organization

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Marcia (middle) is the center of her family's universe! Back row: son Clarence Jr. (CJ), husband Clarence Sr., son Jeremy; middle row: grandchildren Kelani and Javin; and in front, kneeling, is daughter Kristi.

Power Principles: A Conversation with Marcia Jones

Marcia is an administrative specialist at River Bend Nuclear Station in Louisiana and has been part of the Entergy family for 31 years.

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An adult eagle feeds fish to a fledgling in south Madison County.
Entergy employees Randall Roberts and Mark Bacques show students an interactive electrical circuit experiment that was among the exhibits Entergy displayed during the National Engineers Week celebration at the University of New Orleans.

Entergy Helps Students Discover Excitement of Engineering

Entergy helped nearly 1,600 students from 26 New Orleans-area schools get a feel for the excitement and challenges engineers face every day during a National Engineers Week celebration at the University of New Orleans.

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Left to right: Entergy Arkansas’ Paul Brewster and Jeremy Henderson, Heather Nelson with CLEAResult and, from the Ronald McDonald House staff, Janell Mason, executive director, and Donna Csunyo, programs director.

Ronald McDonald House Receives Cash for Saving Electricity

Congratulations to the Ronald McDonald House of Little Rock for earning an incentive check of $27,714 from Entergy Arkansas for saving energy. The facility, on Wolfe Street near Arkansas Children’s Hospital, upgraded indoor and outdoor lighting that will save about 164,000 kWh of power annually.

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Power Principles: A Conversation with Deanna Lafont

Deanna Lafont is a customer service representative II for Entergy Louisiana and has been part of the Entergy family for two and one half years.

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Making Sure the Solution Suits the Need

Entergy New Orleans recently filed an unopposed request to temporarily suspend the schedule in the proposed New Orleans Power Station proceeding before the New Orleans City Council. That request was granted by the judge in the proceeding, and he has scheduled a status conference with all of the parties on March 6, 2017 to discuss next steps.

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Powering Tomorrow Begins Today

To meet the power demands of a growing New Orleans, Entergy must upgrade the Michoud plant in New Orleans East to a modern, more-efficient facility.

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The Croatian-born inventor contributed to the development of the alternating-current electrical system.