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.
Even with low electric rates, if usage is high your bill may be, too.
Social distancing of six feet is but one reason to keep a safe distance from crews. Work sites can have any number of hidden dangers for the public, and distracting crews can cause accidents to happen. Entergy urges the public to stay away from utility employees and contractors working in the field.
For the second straight year, Entergy Arkansas customers will see a bill reduction, thanks to a lower fuel rate. The new rate will reduce the bill for a typical residential customer using 1,000 kWh of electricity by $4.10.
Despite news that our economy is one of the strongest in history, the reality is that 474,000 Arkansas households — 41% of households in the state — are trapped by low wages and rising costs and are unable to afford basic needs.
Environmental partners get shareholder-funded money to support programs, projects
Qualified Entergy Arkansas customers will receive free tax preparation and have a chance to win money at Entergy’s Super Tax Day events held Saturdays in February.
Sheridan School District recently received incentive checks totaling $148,000 from the Entergy Arkansas Entergy Solutions Program.
Customers have saved approximately $1.3 billion on electric bills since the utility subsidiaries of Entergy Corporation became members of Midcontinent Independent System Operator, a regional transmission organization.
Entergy Arkansas’ rates will be virtually unchanged in early 2020. However, a federal tax credit that has been on customer bills for 21 months will end, as scheduled, at the end of 2019.