The 2019 tax season represented a milestone in Entergy’s efforts to help low-income customers break the cycle of poverty.
Entergy recently announced the award of two Community Power Scholarships to children of company employees in Texas who have gone above and beyond in academics, as well as leadership and service to their jobs and their communities.
LIHEAP is a federal program that helps our low-income residents manage their heating and cooling costs when they experience unexpected hardships.
This question almost kept me out of the utility industry: Is it more appropriate for an electric utility to have an absolute target or a rate-based target?
Entergy’s grant support helped enhance Turtle Cove Environmental Research Station.
This fall, 34 high school graduates are attending college with help from Entergy Corporation.
More than 18,500 customers received a total of $34 million in federal tax refunds through the Earned Income Tax Credit this year.
It’s not every day a salesman buys someone a new pair of tires. But that’s exactly what Thomas Roque recently did for an elderly woman who couldn’t afford the estimate a local tire and auto repair shop provided her.
Employee donates $3,000 award to Entergy’s low-income customer assistance program.