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The Ceres Industrial Park is one area in Warren County that will benefit from improved service reliability due to a $37-million transmission upgrade.
The Ceres Industrial Park is one area in Warren County that will benefit from improved service reliability due to a $37-million transmission upgrade.
News > Communities, Customers, Grid Modernization, Growth
Entergy Mississippi Completes $37-Million Service Reliability Project in Warren County
07/21/2021

Transmission circuit serves more than 4,000 customers, including Ceres Industrial Park

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News > Communities, Customers, Growth
Entergy Helping Create More Vibrant Economy in Capital Region
04/22/2021

Entergy Louisiana is continuing to partner with regional organizations to help the state, including Greater Baton Rouge, grow through economic development.

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News > Investors
Entergy Texas Investing Today to Power Southeast Texas Economy
06/18/2019

Entergy Texas, Inc. is delivering on key investments as part of its Bright Future plan for Southeast Texas. This comprehensive investment in infrastructure will ensure reliability, create new jobs and spur economic development across Southeast Texas.

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Vicksburg Mayor George Flaggs addresses attendees at Entergy’s third annual Excellerator Grant awards luncheon held in the River City.
Vicksburg Mayor George Flaggs addresses attendees at Entergy’s third annual Excellerator Grant awards luncheon held in the River City.
News > Leadership, Communities, Customers, Growth
Fourteen Mississippi Counties Win Excellerator Grants from Entergy Mississippi
05/15/2019

Winners share $75,000 for marketing, site development and organizational excellence

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News > Communities, Employees
Arkansas Energy Workforce Consortium Breaks Ground on Line Worker Training Pole Yard
03/25/2019

An empty field next to UA – Pulaski Tech Business and Industry Center will soon be home to rows of utility poles for training line workers. Leaders from utility companies in the state, workforce development groups and community colleges were on hand Monday while workers set the first pole for the new certified line worker training program.

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