Six major utilities today announced a plan to ensure that electric vehicle drivers have access to a seamless network of charging stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast through the Midwest and South, and into the Gulf Coast and Central Plains regions.
Entergy Louisiana is continuing to partner with regional organizations to help the state, including the Bayou Region, grow through economic development.
Entergy Arkansas customers who became part of the Solar Energy Purchase Option - Option B in the fall of 2020 have already begun to reap savings from the clean, renewable energy generated at the Stuttgart Solar Energy Center.
The plant will provide clean, affordable and reliable energy to Entergy Texas customers.
Entergy Arkansas works with communities to implement an assessment tool that allows communities to certify their sites and communicate the prepared status to the Arkansas Economic Development Commission, site location consultants and company decision makers.
The City of West Memphis and Entergy Arkansas have partnered to launch a marketing campaign “Mega Plans, Mega Site” to promote the West Memphis I-40 megasite, the largest certified industrial site in the State of Arkansas.
Entergy Louisiana customers are now receiving power from the largest solar facility in the state.
The Chicot Solar Energy Center began operation Sept. 30. The facility has a peak capacity of 100 megawatts of energy powered by the sun, enough to power 18,000 Entergy Arkansas customers’ homes.
This will lower their bill an additional $1.11
Entergy Arkansas customers can expect to save an estimated $94 million in 2021 from the utility’s membership in the Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO), a regional transmission organization.