These are unprecedented times for all of us, and at Entergy Arkansas we take the health, safety and security of our customers, communities, employees and business partners very seriously. We are committed to powering our customers and communities regardless of the circumstance.
Students in one Russellville school learned all about nuclear power as part of STEM visit by Entergy.
They are at the top of their game when electrifying the grid. Now, they’ve shown they can electrify the gridiron, too. “They” are Entergy’s 2019 Linemen of the Game, chosen for their commitment and dedication to Entergy, our customers, our communities and above all—safety.
All customers that can accept electrical service safely have been restored and crews continue restoring power to customers impacted by weekend thunderstorms and tornadoes.
As of noon today, outages have been reduced from the peak of more than 42,800 outages to 2,653 outages.
It is estimated that 95% percent of the affected customers will be restored by 10:00 p.m. tonight.
A line of severe thunderstorms with straight line winds has moved through Entergy’s service area causing approximately 54,500 outages across the state.
Entergy crews are assessing damage and restoring power as quickly and safely as possible.