Entergy Arkansas filed notice today with APSC that it will file its FRP Application and Evaluation Report by July 6, 2018.
The APSC will conduct a public hearing on or before November 13, 2018.
Entergy Arkansas recently awarded $20,000 to the University of Arkansas Foundation, Inc. The grant will help fund this year’s Learning Institute and Opportunities for New Students (LIONS) program at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.
State and local leaders joined executives from NextEra Energy Resources and Entergy Arkansas this morning to celebrate the commissioning of Arkansas’ largest universal solar energy project – the Stuttgart Solar Energy Center.
“I'm excited to begin the next chapter in my career with Entergy.”
John Bethel has been named the director of public affairs for Entergy Arkansas, Inc. He replaces Paul Means, who retired after 37 years at Entergy Arkansas. Like Means, Bethel’s primary area of responsibility will be at the State Capitol.
We’ve had a new round of reported scammers popping up around the state. This group is using spoof technology to make caller ID appear to be an Entergy number. Customers should hang up and call 800.Entergy to get accurate information on their account.
Entergy Arkansas will refund customers $466 million.
Earlier this year, Congress passed the Tax Cut and Jobs Act. Governor Asa Hutchinson then requested prompt action by the Arkansas Public Service Commission to pass that benefit on to customers as quickly as possible. As a result, in April 2018, customers began seeing a credit on their Entergy Arkansas bill as line item “Tax Cuts & Jobs Act Credit.”
Love it or hate it, we will be moving clocks ahead and planning spring projects when daylight saving time starts this weekend. Whether you are taking advantage of the extra sunshine to make home improvements, garden or enjoy some fresh air, now is a good time to brush up on your outdoor safety knowledge.
Entergy is proposing bill reductions beginning in April 2018.
Entergy Arkansas, Inc. filed its plan on Tuesday to provide customers approximately $466 million in benefits as a result of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Understand your energy bill.
Cold weather and electricity usage were on the rise in Arkansas in late December and early January. Some Entergy Arkansas customers, as a result, are experiencing higher-than-normal electricity bills. It also happens that this increase in usage coincides with new rates that took effect for 2018.