Carpenter Dam has been generating electricity for Entergy Arkansas customers since 1931.
Carpenter Dam has been generating electricity for Entergy Arkansas customers since 1931.
Insights
From Sawdust to Sunshine: A Brief History of Entergy Arkansas Power Generation
06/11/2021

Arkansas Power and Light founder Harvey Couch made a deal in 1913 to purchase sawdust – the company’s first fuel source – to burn and power a steam-powered turbine and send power through a 20-mile transmission line to customers in Malvern and Arkadelphia.

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WEATHER STRIPPING CAN SAVE MONEY YEAR-ROUND
WEATHER STRIPPING CAN SAVE MONEY YEAR-ROUND
News > Communities, Energy Efficiency
Entergy Arkansas Provides Summer Energy Efficiency Tips
06/03/2021

Some simple steps can offset the higher usage, higher bills that come with Southern temps

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Insights > Our Future
Entergy Territory is Resilience Personified (Site Selection Magazine)
06/01/2021

The company’s utility business puts service to its 3 million customers at the top of its priority list. In the process, Entergy’s five operating companies are helping to build a region.

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Entergy Arkansas encourages customers to enroll in payment plans before disconnection
News > Customers
Federal Rent, Utility Bill Assistance Now Available to Qualifying Arkansans
05/20/2021

Arkansans who are having trouble paying rent or utility bills due to COVID-19 can apply now for federal money to help cover costs incurred since April 2020, including Entergy Arkansas customers and others across the state.

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Keep you and your home safe with these helpful tips
Keep you and your home safe with these helpful tips
Insights > Tips and Tools
Make room at home for electrical safety
05/19/2021

Electricity is a safe and reliable form of energy. However, it can be dangerous if not treated properly. The following is a checklist of items that you can use throughout your home to help protect your family.

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George Woerner, engineer, at Arkansas Nuclear One power plant in Russellville, Arkansas
George Woerner, engineer, at Arkansas Nuclear One power plant in Russellville, Arkansas
Insights > People Power
Entergy Engineer Sees ANO’s Significant Role in the Town He Calls Home
05/14/2021

With a 41-year career rooted in the early days of Arkansas Nuclear One, George Woerner still summons the awe for the large equipment and components it takes to do the job. This month, as the plant synchronized its unit 1 back to the grid after a successful refuel and maintenance outage, Woerner takes pride in seeing that equipment run reliably to power the lives around him with carbon-free electricity.

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Panel by panel, Searcy Solar is preparing to bask in the sunshine.
Panel by panel, Searcy Solar is preparing to bask in the sunshine.
Insights > Our Future
Searcy Solar Set to Begin Turning Sunshine into Electricity in December
05/12/2021

Construction of the Searcy Solar power generating plant is about 42% complete. When the facility goes online by the end of this year, 100 megawatts of emission-free power will begin flowing from the plant’s more than 350,000 solar panels onto the Entergy Arkansas electric grid.

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Insights > Storms
Entergy Arkansas Storm Update – 5/7/21 @ 8 a.m.
05/07/2021

All customers that can accept electrical service safely have been restored.

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Insights > Storms
Entergy Arkansas Storm Update – 5/6/21 @ 6 p.m.
05/06/2021

As of 6 p.m., 99% of customers impacted from the storm outages Tuesday have been restored.

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