Ed Garrison, recovery manager at Entergy’s Grand Gulf Nuclear Station, is a community connector, strengthening relationships that tie organizations and citizenry together to make a bigger impact than any individual could manage alone.
Knowing many Arkansas students’ lives had been upended by the conversion to remote learning, the Entergy Arkansas’ Entergy Solutions team brainstormed how they could help.
The year 2020 will live in infamy thanks to the many storms, both literal and figurative, that we’ve all had to weather. A pandemic, social injustices, political divisiveness and natural disasters, including a record-breaking hurricane season, can easily overshadow even the best of times. But it’s important not to let trauma cloud our memories and to look for the bright spots in 2020 as we hope for a better year ahead. In that spirit, here are our favorite memories and accomplishments of 2020.
Jobs for America's Graduates has honored Entergy with their Partner in the Pandemic Award for the extraordinary leadership and support the company has contributed to JAG to help youth and young adults facing significant academic, environmental, economic and social challenges, so they can succeed in their career pursuits.
Anyone who knew Charlie Elam, Jr. knew he was generous. It’s not surprising that even after his untimely death earlier this year, Elam is still giving to others through organ donation.
Entergy Mississippi commemorates 20 years of its low-income customer initiative
All our stakeholders benefit from our commitments to our most vulnerable customers. As they rise, we all rise, something we can all be thankful for.
A joint letter to the editor from Entergy Corporation chairman and CEO Leo Denault and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana president and CEO Dr. Steven Udvarhelyi.
This year, Entergy Mississippi had a bright idea: give away 70,000 energy-efficient light bulbs to customers who are struggling financially because of the pandemic. The bulbs will help lower their homes’ energy use and save them money on their power bills.