Entergy Mississippi customers will see rates drop beginning with February bills. The typical residential customer using 1,000 kilowatt hours per month will pay $6.60 less, or just over $93. That's more than 22 percent below the national average.
On Super Tax Day, Feb. 6, 2016, in Jackson at local Volunteer Income Tax Assistance sites, Entergy Mississippi will sponsor free tax preparation for working families. Volunteers certified by the Internal Revenue Service will help local residents determine if they qualify for the federal Earned Income Tax Credit program and other refunds and credits.
The Entergy Charitable Foundation is powering life in Mississippi communities with recent grants to nonprofit partners totaling $156,000. Charitable organizations may apply for 2016 support by completing the application form by Feb. 1, 2016.
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.
Northpoint Christian School in Southaven has found a solution to its high energy bills, Entergy Mississippi's energy efficiency program -- Entergy Solutions!
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.
On October 28, Entergy’s Grand Gulf Nuclear Station hosted an open house for approximately 200 high school teachers and students to help build awareness of the many contributions of the nuclear science industry and highly-trained employees who operate the facility safely, securely and reliably.
DeSoto County, Miss.— It’s a wild idea, and Entergy Mississippi is funding it. Mississippi Wildlife Rehabilitation, Inc. has big plans for the ARK site just west of Hernando. The organization, which serves nearly half a million Mississippians in 13 counties, wants to develop the area into a full conservation-education eco-tourist destination in north Mississippi.
With daylight saving time ending on Nov. 1, shorter days and earlier nights make this a good time to add or increase outdoor security lighting, an economical and effective crime prevention tool.