What do you have to get through to get to work in the morning? Long commutes, extended school drop-off lines or congested traffic are some of the most common headaches you might experience getting to your job. But for our meter readers, their job to check your meter is different every day, and can be dangerous.
It’s 110 degrees in the shade! In the South, temperatures can reach potentially dangerous levels for anyone working outside or spending time outdoors.
Have you tried the latest in energy-efficient lighting technology? LEDs provide the same warm, quality light you're accustomed to with traditional incandescent bulbs, but they use less energy and last up to 25 times longer.
If you're looking to live more sustainably and reduce your environmental impact, what better time to start than Earth Day? Celebrated each year on April 22, Earth Day highlights the need to build a healthier, more sustainable planet. How can you help? Take the following actions.
Spring is the perfect time to tackle some maintenance and repair projects that will prepare your house for warm weather. By doing so, you'll make your home more comfortable and save on summer energy bills.
Energy Smart is a local energy-efficiency program that helps New Orleans electric customers save energy and money. In 2018, Energy Smart saved over 48 million kilowatt-hours and paid more than $5.6 million in incentives across residential and commercial customers. Commercial and industrial customers saved nearly 30 million kWh and received about $3.4 million in incentives.
Homeowners may qualify for financial assistance to repair and rebuild their homes.
How a READI audit helped one customer save money and start new energy-efficient habits.
Diane Franczyk is one of 25,000 Mississippi homeowners to have energy-saving items installed through the Entergy Mississippi Residential Audit and Direct Install Program. She received 14 LED bulbs, an LED night light, an advanced power strip and had her refrigerator coil cleaned at no additional cost.