For 12 years running, Site Selection magazine has named Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) as one of the nation’s top utilities in economic development. The award is due in large part to the vital role Entergy played in supporting projects that resulted in nearly $13.4 billion of capital investment and the creation of more than 4,750 new jobs within the service territory in 2018.
Customers who volunteered for Entergy Solutions programs through Entergy Arkansas saw big savings. According to the latest report on energy efficiency filed with the Arkansas Public Service Commission, in 2018, Entergy Arkansas invested in energy efficiency projects that will save customers almost 256 million kWh annually.
The 2019 tax season represented a milestone in Entergy Arkansas’s efforts to help low-income customers break the cycle of poverty. Ten years ago, Entergy began sponsoring free Super Tax Day events throughout its four-state service area to help qualifying customers claim the Earned Income Tax Credit. Since 2009, Entergy’s signature poverty-elimination program has helped 32,600 working families in Arkansas receive nearly $53 million in EITC refunds.
Entergy Solutions program helps customers identify and implement projects that reduce energy usage.
Grants power life by supporting vital programs and services in our communities.
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?