JACKSON, Miss. -- “Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but the fire is so delightful…”While the lyrics to this popular holiday tune make winter weather sound wonderful, we all know that it can be quite challenging. And we also know that it’s an important factor in determining just how high or low your winter energy bill may be.
Entergy Corp. (NYSE:ETR) announced today that its wholesale generation division, Entergy Wholesale Commodities, has closed on the sale of its 583-megawatt Rhode Island State Energy Center (RISEC), in Johnston, R.I., to Carlyle Power Partners.
The Entergy Charitable Foundation is powering life in local communities with recent grants to nonprofit partners totaling more than $940,000. Charitable organizations may apply for support by completing the application form by Feb. 1, 2016.
The Woodlands, Texas – Conventional wisdom in the south assumes your highest electricity bills will come in summer when air conditioning becomes a necessity for comfort and, for some, survival. That wisdom, however, is no longer so conventional.
Entergy Nuclear Vermont Yankee announced today that it plans to begin transferring spent nuclear fuel from “wet” to “dry” storage starting in 2017, two years earlier than originally planned.
Entergy Corporation's actions to address climate change have landed the company on the 2015 Climate "A" List of S&P 500 leaders in climate performance.
Entergy Louisiana, LLC announced today that on December 30, 2015 (the "Redemption Date"), it will redeem $32,000,000 principal amount of its outstanding First Mortgage Bonds, 6% Series due March 15, 2040, (the "Bonds"), at the redemption price of 100 percent of the principal amount thereof (the "Redemption Price") plus accrued interest thereon to but excluding the Redemption Date.
In the holiday movie classic, "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation," Clark Griswold sets out to create a good old-fashioned family Christmas. He lights the outside of his house with 25,000 twinkling lights, which at first fail to work (due to his faulty wiring) and then temporarily cause a city-wide power shortage and wreak havoc for his neighbors.
Southeast Texas' sizeable population of squirrels may prove entertaining to watch in the backyard. But there's nothing amusing about the way they deftly dart along power lines, slip into electric substations and cause power outages to neighborhoods.