As I sit here on the couch with my laptop and drink a cold soda, the TV humming in the background and my ceiling fan cooling my sweaty self after hanging holiday lights, I am keenly aware of all the electricity I’m using.
This year, Entergy Mississippi had a bright idea: give away 70,000 energy-efficient light bulbs to customers who are struggling financially because of the pandemic. The bulbs will help lower their homes’ energy use and save them money on their power bills.
In addition to providing essential electric and gas service, Entergy has played a key role in driving economic recovery amid a pandemic in 2020.
With help from Entergy Texas, 500 families in Hardin County were able to receive a week’s worth of supplemental meals during a drive-through food distribution initiative at Crestwood Baptist Church in Kountze.
Hurricane Laura hits area especially hard; Some 130,000 lose power as storm barrels through
A workforce of more than 13,000 will restore outages caused by Hurricane Laura
Hurricane Laura is predicted to strengthen as it moves through the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to impact Entergy Arkansas customers starting Thursday.
We continue acquiring more resources for our restoration teams, with nearly 9,000 workers currently ready to restore service for customers whose power may be affected by Laura.
Laura is forecast to make landfall along the Texas/Louisiana border potentially as a major Category 3 hurricane beginning Wednesday night.