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.
A result that allows Entergy Arkansas to continue delivering long-term, cost-effective power.
Proposed $138.4M project to produce 100MW of renewable energy
Natural gas-fired plant upgrades fleet, benefits customers and environment
Palm trees have become synonymous with tropical paradise, but the straight, fast growing trees can quickly become a nightmare for some homeowners who plant them under power lines.
It’s more than luck that recently earned Entergy Texas recognition as a Tree Line USA utility for the 13th year in a row. The award by the Arbor Day Foundation celebrates the company’s year-round, proactive vegetation management practices that prioritize proper tree pruning, planting and care.
West Baton Rouge Parish could soon become home to a 50-megawatt solar photovoltaic power plant, the largest solar facility currently planned for Louisiana.
State and local leaders joined executives from NextEra Energy Resources and Entergy Arkansas this morning to celebrate the commissioning of Arkansas’ largest universal solar energy project – the Stuttgart Solar Energy Center.
The Arbor Day Foundation has named Entergy Corp a 2018 Tree Line USA in honor of its commitment to proper tree pruning, planting and care in the provider’s service area.
Entergy Mississippi $150K grant helps fund development of Fannye Cook Natural Area