As of noon Thursday, approximately 12,000 customers are without power in the northern portion of our service area.
As far as Thanksgiving traditions go, the Gulf South knows how to do it right. For many, it is cooking up a delicious turkey dinner with family and friends or heading out to a cherished Thanksgiving Day event.
Entergy Mississippi is providing between $150 to $1,000 in direct bill payment help to Mississippi families who need help paying their power bills.
While we have taken steps to limit our use of natural gas, we purchase natural gas to fuel some of our plants that create electricity for customers.
You have options when it comes to fueling your home. Electricity, however, provides a number of advantages that can benefit you, your family and the planet.
Electricity is a safe and reliable form of energy. However, it can be dangerous if not treated properly. The following is a checklist of items that you can use throughout your home to help protect your family.
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.
Electricity has become so ingrained in our daily lives, we hardly think about it – unless the power is out. Not only do we take for granted the convenience of working lights and appliances at home, but also that our office equipment, cell phones, and other wireless devices we rely on are energized and can be charged when we need them. When they are not, it can bring our normal lives to an abrupt halt.
The new Entergy PEV fleet consists of seven PEVs – two Nissan Leafs and five Chevy Volts. Each of Entergy's operating companies will determine the best use of their vehicles and will be able to showcase them at public events to help build awareness.