Our work goes far beyond keeping the lights on and the natural gas flowing, as we have for more than a century.
Entergy Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Leo Denault announced today that the company has committed $250,000 to Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) during a speech at their 2018 National Training Seminar in New Orleans.
Entergy’s support helps enhance Little Rock’s profile as a Smart City.
Entergy Arkansas is sharing and caring in the Ozarks.
Students learn about nuclear energy and how they can prepare for career opportunities in the industry.
One of the key issues in combating poverty is eliminating illiteracy.
Congratulations to the Ronald McDonald House of Little Rock for earning an incentive check of $27,714 from Entergy Arkansas for saving energy. The facility, on Wolfe Street near Arkansas Children’s Hospital, upgraded indoor and outdoor lighting that will save about 164,000 kWh of power annually.
If you’re like me, you may have an instrument hidden underneath your bed or tucked behind coats in your closet, which you keep thinking you’ll take up again. But, you haven’t. Or maybe you’ve imagined signing up for fiddle camp to learn the tunes your granddaddy played in Pope County, Arkansas. But, you haven’t.