Some simple steps can offset the higher usage, higher bills that come with Southern temps
The Entergy Arkansas Entergy Solutions Programs have been awarded the prestigious ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the third year in a row for its exemplary commitment and dedication to energy efficiency.
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.
The weather outside may be frightful, but your energy bill does not have to be. Instead of cranking up the thermostat during the cold weather months, take some free or low-cost steps to make your home more energy efficient to help save money on your utility bill.
Just in time for holiday shopping, the new Entergy Arkansas Marketplace provides residential customers a convenient way to purchase reduced-cost, energy-saving products.
Since Entergy launched its program two years ago, 925 Entergy Arkansas customers and 3,700 customers across the company’s four-state utility service area have received free trees to plant at home.
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.