Entergy today received the Edison Electric Institute's Emergency Recovery Award to recognize the company's exceptional power restoration efforts during five different storm events over the course of the past year.
Entergy Arkansas Inc. is expected to complete restoration work Thursday less than 48 hours after a winter storm shut down much of the state.
Entergy Arkansas, Inc. has requested an additional 1,000 workers to the 1,000 it requested on Tuesday to be positioned around the state in preparation for possible outages caused by snow, freezing rain and possible wind gusts above 25 mph.
Utility prepares for next round of winter weather
Icy Conditions Impede Restoration Progress
Entergy Arkansas, Inc. crews are preparing to respond to Sunday evening’s winter storm by positioning themselves in areas across the state that are expected to be impacted by severe weather.
Utility requests 500 additional workers to support in storm response
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Entergy Arkansas and the Central Arkansas EITC Coalition are helping working families who qualify for the federal Earned Income Tax Credit receive average refunds of $2,500 or more through Super Tax Day events presented by Entergy at local Volunteer Income Tax Assistance sites. On Saturday, Jan. 31.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Entergy Charitable Foundation recently awarded $25,550 in grants to boost low-income initiatives as well as enhance educational and literacy programs in communities served by Entergy Arkansas.