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.
Entergy Arkansas has received a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 2019 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year Award for effectively promoting energy efficiency.
Even with low electric rates, if usage is high your bill may be, too.
With schools closed and many workers temporarily unemployed or telecommuting due to the coronavirus pandemic, many families have a full house during times the home would normally be empty. The result is often an increased demand for energy to fuel daily lives, and that can quickly lead to a higher-than-normal energy bill.
Sheridan School District recently received incentive checks totaling $148,000 from the Entergy Arkansas Entergy Solutions Program.
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Customers who volunteered for Entergy Solutions programs through Entergy Arkansas saw big savings. According to the latest report on energy efficiency filed with the Arkansas Public Service Commission, in 2018, Entergy Arkansas invested in energy efficiency projects that will save customers almost 256 million kWh annually.
Entergy Solutions program helps customers identify and implement projects that reduce energy usage.
Entergy Arkansas is proud to announce that its Entergy Solutions Residential Lighting and Appliances Program received the 2019 ENERGY STAR® Award for Excellence for its important contributions to energy efficiency. The accomplishments will be recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and a ceremony in Washington D.C. April 11.