Two dozen non-profit community partners that were recipients of nearly $264,000 awarded by shareholders through the Entergy Charitable Foundation’s first-round of grants in 2019.
Entergy Arkansas continues to find new ways to address climate issues and to partner with customers to meet their energy and sustainability goals. The latest offering: a solar tariff to allow customers to subscribe to blocks of the Stuttgart Solar generating facility, and in the coming years, future solar generating resources as well.
Deciding to invest in solar facilities is a big decision and depends on you having accurate information about what that investment may mean in terms of your overall energy costs.
If your power was disconnected due to flooding, there are some things you need to know about your electrical service before we can reconnect you.
Turn around, don’t drown. It’s a mantra we’ve all been advised to follow when confronted by water covering the road in a flash flood. But what if you turn around, then the road you just came in on is suddenly covered with water, too?
Notice is hereby given that Entergy Arkansas, LLC (EAL or the Company) will file with the Arkansas Public Service Commission (APSC or the Commission), on or about July 5, 2019, an Application for Approval of a Rate Adjustment and Evaluation Report pursuant to Rate Schedule No. 44, Formula Rate Plan Rider (Rider FRP).
Entergy Arkansas customers have saved nearly a quarter of a billion dollars from the utility’s membership in MISO, a regional transmission organization. Customers have saved approximately $223 million in the five years since Entergy Arkansas joined MISO, formally known as the Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc.
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.
An empty field next to UA – Pulaski Tech Business and Industry Center will soon be home to rows of utility poles for training line workers. Leaders from utility companies in the state, workforce development groups and community colleges were on hand Monday while workers set the first pole for the new certified line worker training program.