Entergy Arkansas is committed to helping customers during the high-energy usage months of summer.
Increasing energy usage during hot summer temperatures can lead to higher bills – burning up summer funds. Entergy Arkansas is sharing tips to help customers sunblock their utility budgets during the summer heat!
Crews have spent the last 24 hours assessing damages after strong winds and storms blew through much of Arkansas Sunday evening. Restoration efforts are now underway across the state.
Entergy Arkansas is working with the City of Little Rock to ensure neighborhoods are build back better and stronger after the March 31 tornado.
Internal hires will lead reliability, customer service
Entergy Arkansas officials recently announced the promotion of Michael Considine and Ventrell Thompson to vice president positions.
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.
Arkansas native and 18-year Entergy veteran Melanie Taylor has been hired as the utility’s new director of customer service for the utility’s central region in Little Rock, Entergy Arkansas, Inc. announced today.
Chan Tucker, a 16-year Entergy Arkansas veteran, has been named the new Entergy Arkansas southeast region manager. He replaces Clarence Irby, who accepted a similar job in his home state of Mississippi.