Entergy Corporation announced today the commencement of a registered underwritten offering of $1 billion of shares of its common stock.
Entergy Corporation today announced that it has completed an internal investigation to determine whether any supporters of Entergy New Orleans’ proposed New Orleans Power Station were paid to appear or speak at certain public meetings sanctioned by the Council of the City of New Orleans. Upon completing an extensive investigation, Entergy can confirm that it did not pay, nor did it authorize any other person or entity to pay, individuals to attend or speak at Council meetings. Furthermore, Entergy was not aware that any person or entity engaged on its behalf would do so or had done so.
We’ve had a solid start to 2018.
Entergy Corporation reported first quarter 2018 earnings per share of 73 cents on an as-reported basis and $1.16 on an operational basis.
Entergy’s Indian Point Unit 2 nuclear power plant returned to service on Saturday following its twenty-third successful and final refueling and maintenance outage. Control room operators returned Unit 2 to operation, sending electricity to the grid after a scheduled shutdown that began March 19.
Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) will report first quarter earnings results before market open on Wednesday, April 25, 2018, and host a teleconference at 10:00 a.m. CT that day to discuss the earnings announcement and the company’s financial performance.
The Board of Directors of Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) has declared a quarterly dividend of $0.89 per common share. The payment date is June 1, 2018, to stockholders of record on May 10, 2018.
Entergy Corporation released its 2017 Integrated Report, Utility Reimagined, online at integratedreport.entergy.com. The report provides an overview of the company's financial, operational, environmental and social performance in 2017.
Control room operators shut down Indian Point Energy Center’s Unit 2 nuclear power plant this morning to begin the 23rd and final scheduled refueling and maintenance outage for the generating unit, which has safely and reliably helped power New York City and the lower Hudson Valley since 1974.
The New Orleans City Council voted today to approve construction of the New Orleans Power Station, a 128-megawatt unit composed of seven natural gas-fired reciprocating engines. This modern, efficient electric generating facility will support reliable service and essential grid stability, and help to support the inclusion of renewables into the company’s resource portfolio.