Entergy Arkansas customers will receive free tax preparation at Entergy’s Super Tax Day program held Saturdays in February. At local Volunteer Income Tax Assistance sites, Central Arkansas Development Council, Arkansas Community Organization, Bank On Arkansas+, and Entergy volunteers help qualified residents claim federal Earned Income Tax Credits.
It may be a new year, but 2019 has seen the same old scams from con artists. Entergy Arkansas is aware of scammers across the state trying to get money from customers over the phone with threats of shut-off. Small businesses are typically the target.
Entergy Arkansas President and CEO Laura Landreaux added two new members to her lead team. Michael Considine has been selected to serve as vice president of customer service for Entergy Arkansas. William Cunningham has been named director of finance.
A cold snap in early 2018 caused sticker shock for many of our customers when their electricity bills arrived in the mail. Don’t let that happen to your family in the New Year. Make a plan to manage your usage and your Entergy bill.
In another step to modernize its fleet of generating facilities, Entergy Arkansas performed a carefully controlled explosive demolition this morning to bring down three key structures at the Couch Plant near Stamps, which has been retired from service since 2013.
This settlement is in the best economic interest of our customers, our employees, our community and the company.
The potential for wet snow and ice in parts of Arkansas and northern regions of Louisiana and Mississippi has Entergy crews completing winter weather preparations. We encourage our customers to also implement their winter weather family plans.
43% of Christmas tree fires involve lighting. Entergy Arkansas encourages our customers to put safety first this holiday season with a few simple reminders and precautions.
A result that allows Entergy Arkansas to continue delivering long-term, cost-effective power.
Entergy Arkansas reached an agreement with organizations opposed to the use of coal and other fossil fuels to generate electricity that allows the company to secure nearly 50 years’ economic benefit from each of two coal-fired plants in Arkansas. The agreement allows the company to move forward with plans to replace these older generating plants with newer, highly efficient generation resources for Arkansas — a result that allows Entergy Arkansas to continue delivering long-term, cost-effective power to customers. The deal also provides a predictable transition for employees of the plants, a positive economic result for customers and an end to ongoing lawsuits over the use of coal at the plants.