Providing a helping hand to the community is an act of kindness Entergy employees take part in year-round, even in times of crisis.
Students and faculty at Southern University are using 3D printers in their Entergy-sponsored lab to make parts for reusable N95 masks to be used by COVID-19 health care professionals.
We are working to help customers and communities hurt by the financial hardship during COVID-19
The men and women of Entergy Mississippi are always here when our state needs us – and that is even more true in times like this. That is why in addition to providing safe, reliable and affordable electricity to those sheltering in place at home during the peak of a spring storm season, our people are also working on solutions to help our customers and communities hurt by the financial hardship brought about during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The life of a lineworker is one of adventure, duty and love for family. It is also one that can, at times, include cold sandwiches and showers, up to 16-hour days bringing electricity back to disaster-stricken communities, and now due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many added health precautions.
Entergy donates more than $600,000 to ensure our communities receive the care they need
Entergy is partnering with United Way of Southeast Louisiana and HandsOn New Orleans to create the United Way HandsOn Entergy Volunteer Center.
A guest article recognizing the 50th anniversary of Earth Day by Chuck Barlow, vice president of sustainability and environmental policy at Entergy.
Entergy’s Palisades Power Plant in Covert Township, Michigan, has awarded $37,500 to support local COVID-19 pandemic response.
Volunteering is one of the most important ways that Entergy employees power life in our communities. Entergy employees and retirees have given more than one million hours in volunteer service since official tracking began in April 2008. Their hours serving local communities and supporting nonprofits translates into more than $25 million in economic impact.