LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – With the coldest air of the season breathing down Arkansas’ neck, Entergy Arkansas, Inc., is prepared to quickly respond to any weather-related problems.
Arkansas Investment in Efficient Modern Unit Will Help Meet Energy Needs
New centralized location represents $23-million investment, houses up to 70 employees
An interactive event that invites the audience, through collaboration and "birds-eye view" fun
Entergy Reminds Customers Security Lighting Can Make a Difference
Five Entergy utilities took a key step toward membership in a regional transmission organization Friday via submission of the executed transmission owner agreement to the Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator or MISO.
Today's announcement from the U.S. Department of Justice has cleared the way for the acquisition by two Entergy Corporation utility subsidiaries of the Hot Spring and Hinds power plants from units of KGen Power Corporation, paving the way for both transactions to close by the end of 2012.
The Arkansas Public Service Commission today paved the way to more than a quarter-billion-dollars in projected savings over the next decade for Entergy Arkansas customers when it conditionally approved Entergy Arkansas, Inc.'s proposal to join the Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, Inc. or MISO.
After slow-moving Hurricane Isaac struck southeastern Louisiana in late August, leaving more than 787,000 customers from Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas without electricity, Entergy Corporation today provided an update on preliminary financial effects, liquidity resources and recovery initiatives.