Palisades Power Plant returned to service this morning, following the completion of its successful scheduled refueling and maintenance outage. Control room personnel returned the plant to operation, sending electricity to the grid after a planned shutdown that began October 28. This was the 26th refueling in the plant’s history.
As holiday lights are being replaced with firework displays, remember to celebrate the new year safely.
You have better things to do this holiday season than deal with scammers who relentlessly call you and threaten to disconnect your power. Entergy never calls and demands immediate payment over the phone. If you get such a call, it is a scam!
In another step to modernize its fleet of generating facilities, Entergy Arkansas performed a carefully controlled explosive demolition this morning to bring down three key structures at the Couch Plant near Stamps, which has been retired from service since 2013.
This settlement is in the best economic interest of our customers, our employees, our community and the company.
The Vermont Public Utility Commission (PUC) today issued an order that approves the proposed sale of Entergy Nuclear Vermont Yankee to subsidiaries of NorthStar Group Services for decommissioning the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Station site. The PUC also issued an amended Certificate of Public Good, which authorizes NorthStar to own, possess the licenses for, and decommission Vermont Yankee.
The potential for wet snow and ice in parts of Arkansas and northern regions of Louisiana and Mississippi has Entergy crews completing winter weather preparations. We encourage our customers to also implement their winter weather family plans.
43% of Christmas tree fires involve lighting. Entergy Arkansas encourages our customers to put safety first this holiday season with a few simple reminders and precautions.
Nearly half of Christmas tree fires involve lighting