Arkansas School for the Deaf students are among the beneficiaries of the Entergy Charitable Foundation’s grants for the first half of 2016.
As of 7 p.m., Entergy Arkansas line crews, contractors and tree trimmers have restored power to all but 2,800 of the 138,000 customers who were left in the dark after a severe storm hit the state Thursday night.
Entergy Arkansas line crews, contractors and tree trimmers have restored power to 112,000 of the 138,000 customers who were left in the dark after severe storm hit the state Thursday night. Almost 2,000 workers from 14 other states have converged on Arkansas to repair storm damage and will work 16-hour days until the job is complete. These include linemen, vegetation workers and support personnel. The crews began arriving throughout the day Friday.
Entergy Arkansas line crews, contractors and tree trimmers have reclaimed a good portion of the service area impacted by severe thunderstorms, lightning and record-breaking wind gusts.
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Notice is hereby given that Entergy Arkansas, Inc. (EAI) will file with the Arkansas Public Service Commission (APSC), on or about July 22, 2016, 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 9, 2016. If the Commission does not issue a final order by such date, the proposed Rate Adjustment shall become effective on December 30, 2016 for the first billing cycle of January 2017, subject to refund.
Entergy is marking a special day Monday, April 18, when it honors its frontline workers on National Lineman Appreciation Day. The designation was established by the U.S. Senate in 2013 in recognition of those who work tirelessly to keep the lights on in our communities.
Arkansas native and 18-year Entergy veteran Melanie Taylor has been hired as the utility’s new director of customer service for the utility’s central region in Little Rock, Entergy Arkansas, Inc. announced today.
Chan Tucker, a 16-year Entergy Arkansas veteran, has been named the new Entergy Arkansas southeast region manager. He replaces Clarence Irby, who accepted a similar job in his home state of Mississippi.