Two experienced Entergy Mississippi leaders will fill key roles as the company sharpens its focus on customer service, modernizes the grid and builds the utility of the future.
The ability to meet and exceed customers' expectations will be even more important going forward.
David D. Ellis, a 27-year veteran providing global reliability and clean energy technology solutions, has been named to lead Entergy New Orleans, LLC, as its president and CEO, Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) announced today.
Jackson native assumes role in business retention and expansion
A result that allows Entergy Arkansas to continue delivering long-term, cost-effective power.
Entergy Arkansas reached an agreement with organizations opposed to the use of coal and other fossil fuels to generate electricity that allows the company to secure nearly 50 years’ economic benefit from each of two coal-fired plants in Arkansas. The agreement allows the company to move forward with plans to replace these older generating plants with newer, highly efficient generation resources for Arkansas — a result that allows Entergy Arkansas to continue delivering long-term, cost-effective power to customers. The deal also provides a predictable transition for employees of the plants, a positive economic result for customers and an end to ongoing lawsuits over the use of coal at the plants.
Michelle has a passion for personal branding and networking.
Industrial sales professional Michelle Armstrong has joined the Entergy Texas Industrial Account Team as an industrial account executive.
Allen is an excellent choice to lead our work to address customers’ evolving needs in Texas.
Allen East has been named vice president of distribution operations for Entergy Texas, Inc. He will lead the distribution operations organization across Southeast Texas.
Robert Hatley will oversee the execution of proactive communications and branding efforts for the company.
Entergy Arkansas is proud to be recognized by the Department of Labor for the apprenticeship program offered to craft employees. All line workers with Entergy Arkansas go through a comprehensive four-year apprentice program that has been developed in partnership with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.
Winter Storm Riley’s powerful blow to the East Coast continued to be felt Sunday with approximately 1 million homes and businesses in 16 states still in the dark. As part of Entergy’s mutual assistance contingent, some 200 Louisiana employees and contractors are on their way to help restore power to those who need it.