Company teams with local partners to provide free tax prep
ECF’s 2016 Mississippi grants exceed $127,000; new grant requests due by Feb.1
Due to rising natural gas costs and the end of the current fuel credit, customers of Entergy Mississippi, Inc. will see a rate increase beginning in February.
The first real blast of wintry weather this season is predicted to hit Mississippi on Friday and keep temperatures below freezing through the weekend. That’s why there’s no time like the present to implement simple energy-saving tips that will help keep cash in your wallet and the cold outside where it belongs.
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Grid modernization technologies can provide customers with money saving tools and help Entergy improve outage restoration and customer service.
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.