Low temperatures and more time at home can increase usage and drive higher than normal bills
Forecasts call for rain, freezing rain and sleet over a large portion of the state in the next 48 hours, and Entergy Arkansas is prepping for potential outages. Those areas are likely to see ice accumulations, ranging from one-eighth to one-half inch, with below freezing temperatures and very low wind chills through Saturday.
It’s cold outside, homebound customers use more power, and a few extra days on the bill all add up to the potential for higher electric bills for January.
Entergy Louisiana is continuing to partner with regional organizations to help the state, including the Bayou Region, grow through economic development.
Colder temperatures and more time spent at home impacts electric usage.
United Way of Southeast Louisiana, Entergy New Orleans and HandsOn New Orleans announce the launch of the United Way HandsOn Entergy Volunteer Center. The Volunteer Center offers a go-to public resource for community volunteer engagement, corporate service project design and disaster preparedness and response. Learn more about CarniVOL 2021 and the United Way HandsOn Entergy Volunteer Center online at UnitedWaySELA.org/volunteer.
Entergy Corporation, a national leader in sustainability and environmental stewardship, today named John Weiss as vice president of sustainability and environmental policy.
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Total credit amount estimated at $5.6 million
Entergy Arkansas customers will see a one-time credit on February 2021 bills, following an annual adjustment based on the outcome of certain federal tax positions and a decrease in the state tax rate.