Mississippians joined most of the rest of the country by setting their clocks back one hour on Nov. 6, marking the end of daylight savings time. With shorter days and longer nights, now is the time to consider outdoor security lighting, an economic and effective crime-prevention tool.
Representatives from local food pantries gathered at the Mississippi Food Network today to receive their share of 37,000 ENERGY STAR® certified Compact Fluorescent Light bulbs that Entergy Mississippi, Inc. donated to low-income Mississippians. Volunteers helped distribute the bulbs and load the boxes onto the trucks.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, more than 300,000 Entergy Mississippi customers were in the dark. Power restoration took 11 days, engaged more than 4,200 linemen and support personnel and cost more than $89 million. That bill is now paid in full, and because of that, the $.74 charge will be removed from customer’s bills beginning today.
Entergy Mississippi, Inc. announced today that on Oct. 17, 2016 (the “Redemption Date”), it will redeem all (i) $80,000,000 principal amount of its outstanding First Mortgage Bonds, 6.20% Series due April 15, 2040 (the “2040 Bonds”) and (ii) $150,000,000 principal amount of its outstanding First Mortgage Bonds, 6.0% Series due May 1, 2051 (the “2051 Bonds”).
In conjunction with WWISCAA’s Energy Conservation Workshop on Aug. 18, Entergy Mississippi donated 400 ENERGY STAR® certified Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs that were distributed to attendees.
Education, poverty solutions and environmental programs.
JK-12 public school students in rural districts will benefit from one of the Entergy Charitable Foundation’s grants for the first half of 2016.
Strengthening and modernizing the grid to power the future. That’s the goal behind Entergy Mississippi, Inc.’s $66.5 million-plus investment in infrastructure projects designed to make your electrical service even safer and more reliable.
The heat is on! While summer temperatures are reaching sweltering levels outside, you can stay one step ahead of their effect on your energy bill by implementing some simple and efficient solutions inside your home or business.
Weather forecasts released this spring differ in their predictions for the 2016 tropical storm season. But whether there are no storms, two storms or 10, Entergy Mississippi, Inc. stands ready to restore power to customers if one strikes in its service area.