The men and women of Entergy Mississippi are always here when our state needs us – and that is even more true in times like this. That is why in addition to providing safe, reliable and affordable electricity to those sheltering in place at home during the peak of a spring storm season, our people are also working on solutions to help our customers and communities hurt by the financial hardship brought about during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are working to help customers and communities hurt by the financial hardship during COVID-19
Entergy New Orleans launched a hub with links to local, state and federal resources for residential customers to access nonprofits, community food distributions, updated COVID-19 information and more.
Watch the webinar to learn more about the various loans available through the Small Business Association, how businesses should approach the wide range of loans available, and to get tips on navigating the parameters of the Paycheck Protection Program
El distanciamiento social de seis pies es solo una de las razones para mantener una distancia segura de las tripulaciones. Los sitios de trabajo pueden tener cualquier cantidad de peligros ocultos para el público, y las tripulaciones que distraen pueden causar accidentes.
Entergy New Orleans has extended the suspension of customer disconnections for non-payment until May 15.
No one sets out to waste energy, but it's easy to do. To help you start saving energy and money, we’ve put together a list of quick tips you can start turning into everyday habits. Begin with one or two to make energy efficiency a part of your daily routine.
Working from home is a growing trend. While this can save time and fuel by reducing your commute, it may increase your home energy use. Improving the energy efficiency of your home office equipment will help you save on utility costs without hampering your productivity.
Spring cleaning isn’t just a common household chore – it can help you save energy and reduce your impact on the environment!