Entergy Louisiana, LLC was among the companies honored by Louisiana Clean Fuels for its work to reduce emissions from its vehicle fleet.
Bunting announces plans to retire in 2017; West, Vinci, Brown take on new responsibilities.
With the planned retirement of one of the company's Utility executives in 2017, Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) today announced a series of leadership changes to support the continued growth of its business.
Arkansas native and 18-year Entergy veteran Melanie Taylor has been hired as the utility’s new director of customer service for the utility’s central region in Little Rock, Entergy Arkansas, Inc. announced today.
Chan Tucker, a 16-year Entergy Arkansas veteran, has been named the new Entergy Arkansas southeast region manager. He replaces Clarence Irby, who accepted a similar job in his home state of Mississippi.
Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) released its 2015 Integrated Report, Clear Vision, Clear Progress, providing an overview of the company's financial, operational, environmental and social performance.
Entergy Corporation has named Charles Hall vice president, power plant operations for Mississippi. Previously, he served as power plant manager at Gerald Andrus plant in Greenville.
Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) announced today that David Borde, director of Entergy's utility finance business partners, has been selected as the company's vice president of investor relations effective March 2016. Borde replaces Paula Waters, who will move into the position of vice president, utility sales and development services, in the utility business. Waters will report to Theo Bunting, group president, utility operations.
Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) announced today that A. Christopher "Chris" Bakken III has been named executive vice president and chief nuclear officer for Entergy Corporation, effective April 6. Bakken replaces Jeff Forbes, who announced his retirement last year. As a member of the Office of the Chief Executive, Bakken will report to Leo Denault, chairman and CEO, and he will be based at Entergy's nuclear headquarters in Jackson, Mississippi.
Entergy Corp. (NYSE: ETR) today received the Edison Electric Institute's Emergency Assistance and Recovery Awards to recognize the company's outstanding power restoration efforts on behalf of its customers and for assisting a neighboring utility company in recovering from severe summer storms in 2015.