The future is bright for our state, and our economic development team is working every day to bring in new projects for growth.
Entergy Mississippi is the juggling the demands of modern consumers as the world approaches a global energy transition. Energy, Oil & Gas Magazine spoke with President & CEO Haley Fisackerly about meeting customers' needs for the company's next 100 years.
We’ve compiled the top stories shared in our newsroom this year. From an Entergy first, to a rate drop, and multiple community contributions – our year was packed with stories of impactful efforts across our 45-county service area.
Today, Entergy Mississippi’s customers and communities continue benefiting from actions taken by the company to forge a new direction into the future.
Entergy Mississippi’s electric transmission system is a lot like a superhero—a sprawling, tireless giant equipped to move massive amounts of power for long distances over land and water at the speed of light.
In 1999, Entergy Mississippi achieved a historic milestone in diversity when Carolyn (Shanks) Correro was named president and chief executive officer, becoming the first woman to lead an Entergy operating company.
Entergy Mississippi has continued adapting to customers’ evolving needs through work-process improvements and investments in new technologies to improve service, efficiency and convenience.
These high-voltage lines and the structures holding them are a crucial part of the grid, so maintaining them is an essential part of Entergy Mississippi’s work. Wooden poles were once the standard material for transmission structures. However, today steel and concrete poles are preferred for reliability.
Entergy Mississippi has committed to contributing $250,000 over five years to help fund the renovation of the Gore Arts Complex on the campus of Mississippi College in Clinton and providing another contribution of $250,000 over five years to the Foundation for Mississippi History to support a new initiative by the Mississippi Department of Archives and History to transform the Historic Jefferson College campus in Washington, Mississippi.