As the pandemic continues creating economic hardships for many Americans, free tax-return assistance provided by Entergy volunteers has been vital in helping customers receive Earned Income Tax Credits, one of the most effective tools for lifting low-income workers and their families above the poverty line.
Entergy’s River Bend Station nuclear power plant returned to service Saturday, March 20, following a successful scheduled refueling and maintenance outage.
Grand Gulf's Elizabeth Smith passion for teamwork led her to become the North American Young Generation in Nuclear chapter president. Her value of teamwork does not go unnoticed.
Amid a pandemic, Entergy takes seriously the health and safety of our workforce, customers and communities. During the 21st refueling and maintenance outage, the River Bend Station team established some strong partnerships with local businesses outside normal refueling partnerships.
In regulatory assurance, Mandy Halter steers a course towards excellence while Entergy celebrates Feb. 11 as the United Nations International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
The five-day virtual seminar provided valuable leadership training and development.
Ed Garrison, recovery manager at Entergy’s Grand Gulf Nuclear Station, is a community connector, strengthening relationships that tie organizations and citizenry together to make a bigger impact than any individual could manage alone.
Brendan Pitre, Waterford 3 Steam Electric Station senior coordinator of security compliance, was one of many who volunteered to help in the massive Hurricane Laura restoration effort. He received one of Entergy Nuclear Employee Spotlight recognitions.
In addition to providing essential electric and gas service, Entergy has played a key role in driving economic recovery amid a pandemic in 2020.