The normal summertime heat combined with an increase in the number of people working from home to avoid COVID-19 adds up to increased electrical usage for many Entergy Arkansas’ residential customers. The company has several tips for how to save energy and, in the process, save money.
The U.S. power sector made significant progress in the transition away from coal in 2019, driving substantial reductions in pollution from the power sector, according to a new analysis released today.
Entergy is in a constant state of modernizing its system, including the power plants that generate electricity. One noteworthy next step is that Entergy Arkansas is demolishing the retired Hamilton Moses power plant near Forrest City.
Entergy New Orleans reached a renewable energy milestone with the 100th Entergy New Orleans customer signing up to participate in the ReNEWable Orleans Residential Rooftop Solar Program.
The Arkansas Public Service Commission has approved a new utility-scale solar project that will provide Entergy Arkansas customers with 100 megawatts of solar power.
Construction has begun on a 20-megawatt solar plant on approximately 90 acres of flood-protected property at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans East.
Entergy Mississippi, Recurrent Energy partner to produce 100MW of renewable energy
Entergy Arkansas has received a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 2019 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year Award for effectively promoting energy efficiency.
For the second straight year, Entergy Arkansas customers will see a bill reduction, thanks to a lower fuel rate. The new rate will reduce the bill for a typical residential customer using 1,000 kWh of electricity by $4.10.