Scammers never stop, no matter what time of year it is. Entergy Arkansas reminds customers to be wary, as the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas are when scammers typically ramp up their activity level.
Gerardo Galdamez, an Entergy Arkansas, Inc. project manager for energy efficiency, received the Advanced Energy Rising Star Award at the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association Annual Meeting and Policy Conference today.
Melanie Taylor has been named vice president of customer service for Entergy Arkansas. In this role, which she assumes immediately, the Pocahontas , Ark. native will lead Entergy Arkansas’ customer service group, which includes 680 engineering, distribution operations and customer service employees in the 63 counties that the utility serves. Taylor has been serving as the interim VP of customer service since June.
Operators synched ANO’s Unit 2 to the electrical grid Saturday at 2:55 p.m. successfully marking an end to the unit’s 25th refueling and maintenance outage.
Contract workers for Entergy Arkansas, Inc. will be trimming trees near power lines in the Searcy area through November.
Notice is hereby given that Entergy Arkansas, Inc. (EAI or the Company) will file with the Arkansas Public Service Commission (APSC or the Commission), on or about July 7, 2017, an Application for Approval of a Rate Adjustment and Evaluation Report pursuant to Rate Schedule No. 44, Formula Rate Plan Rider (Rider FRP). The Company requests an order approving its proposed Rider FRP Rate Adjustment by December 13, 2017. If the Commission does not issue a final order by such date, the proposed Rate Adjustment shall become effective on January 2, 2018 for the first billing cycle of January 2018, subject to refund.
Arkansas was hit by a round of severe weather overnight Saturday, May 27. The storm caused damage to the electrical system and outages statewide.
Crews spread across the state have restored power to more than 85 percent of the peak of 71,000 Entergy Arkansas customers hit by severe weather over the weekend.
NEWPORT, Ark. – Energy efficiency incentives from Entergy Arkansas, Inc. are helping Southwest Steel Processing, LLC Newport manufacturing plant save money by reducing the amount of electricity required to produce steel forgings.