Entergy employees traveled to Washington, D.C., for the National Energy and Utility Assistance Coalition's LIHEAP Action Day Feb. 25-26 to urge Congress to continue funding the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.
Thanks to Entergy’s $1 million partnership with SBP, the housing development features highly efficient heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, lighting controls and appliances and boasts 450 solar panels and battery storage capable of supporting the building's energy demands.
Entergy is proud to sponsor Early Education Week across Louisiana with local United Ways and the Louisiana Policy Institute for Children as we call to attention the urgent need to support our youngest learners and working families.
LIHEAP is literally a lifesaver for many, as increasingly severe temperatures can threaten the health and welfare of the 25% of Entergy customers who live in poverty.
The 2019 tax season represented a milestone in Entergy’s efforts to help low-income customers break the cycle of poverty.
LIHEAP is a federal program that helps our low-income residents manage their heating and cooling costs when they experience unexpected hardships.
More than 18,500 customers received a total of $34 million in federal tax refunds through the Earned Income Tax Credit this year.
On Feb. 28, Entergy employees and local community partners traveled to Washington, D.C. and met with congressional leaders to advocate in support of the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.
Relief for hundreds of thousands of vulnerable households in Entergy’s service area.
An estimated $100 million in additional funding will provide relief for hundreds of thousands of vulnerable households in Entergy’s service area.