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Virtually emission-free nuclear power remains Entergy Arkansas' largest source of power, by far.
Virtually emission-free nuclear power remains Entergy Arkansas' largest source of power, by far.
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Entergy Arkansas Seeks More Proposals for Green Power
06/11/2021

Entergy Arkansas posted an intent recently to issue a request for proposals for up to 500 megawatts of solar and wind capacity to add to its electricity generating portfolio by 2026.

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Panel by photovoltaic panel, Searcy Solar is coming together.
Panel by photovoltaic panel, Searcy Solar is coming together.
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Searcy Solar Set to Begin Turning Sunshine into Electricity in December
06/11/2021

Construction of the Searcy Solar power generating plant is about halfway complete. When the facility goes online by the end of this year, it will have a capacity of 100 megawatts of emission-free power.

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Carpenter Dam has been generating electricity for Entergy Arkansas customers since 1931.
Carpenter Dam has been generating electricity for Entergy Arkansas customers since 1931.
From Sawdust to Sunshine: A Brief History of Entergy Arkansas Power Generation
06/11/2021

Arkansas Power and Light founder Harvey Couch made a deal in 1913 to purchase sawdust – the company’s first fuel source – to burn and power a steam-powered turbine and send power through a 20-mile transmission line to customers in Malvern and Arkadelphia.

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The Moses plant during demolition and the site after the job was completed.
The Moses plant during demolition and the site after the job was completed.
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Moses Plant Demolition Complete, Site Now an Open Field
01/04/2021

For 62 years the twin boilers and smokestack of the Moses Power Plant were an imposing landmark on the horizon just west of Forrest City, Ark. As of Dec. 1, the 231-acre site is, once again, an open field, save for a substation.

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