Since fall 2018, Entergy Corporation has provided free trees to customers through the Arbor Day Foundation’s Energy-Saving Trees program. Since then, 2,700 trees have been delivered directly to customers’ homes across the company’s four-state utility service area, including Louisiana.
Since fall 2018, Entergy Corporation has provided free trees to customers through the Arbor Day Foundation’s Energy-Saving Trees program. Through this program, 2,700 trees have been delivered directly to customers’ homes with instructions for determining the best place to plant for energy-saving benefits.
It’s a new year, a new decade. Like many, we’re setting our goals, hopes and dreams for the upcoming year. The future looks bright thanks to our 2019 successes. As we roar into 2020, we celebrate those accomplishments. They warmed our hearts, made us proud and helped us serve our communities, customers, employees and shareholders.
The Residential Rooftop Solar Program is a simple and straightforward way for approved New Orleans customers to participate in the benefits of distributed renewable energy. Low to moderate income customers have the opportunity to participate in the program and there are no costs associated with enrolling.
The America’s WETLAND Foundation, along with Entergy, recently kicked off its Sea Safe Community Certification initiative in Cameron, Louisiana.
A new Entergy program that helps customers save money while reducing their impact on the environment recently earned an award for innovation.
In 2018, Entergy Louisiana avoided emissions of carbon dioxide equal to the amount released in a year by more than 2.5 million passenger cars. How? With the safe, reliable, emission-free operations of our River Bend and Waterford 3 nuclear plants, operated by hundreds of dedicated and highly-trained nuclear professionals.
Entergy is working to make power affordable and reliable for customers, and cleaner for the environment.
If there were a NASCAR event based on running the cleanest vehicles, Entergy would be on the leader board, helping the Greater New Orleans community capture a green checkered flag.