Temperatures are on the rise, and now is the time to start paying attention to your energy usage before summer electricity bills come due. Some simple steps now can add up to big energy savings later.
Entergy has received the Edison Electric Institute's Emergency Assistance Award for its exceptional power restoration efforts following several nor’easters that impacted Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Jersey in March 2018.
Summer started early this year for Southeast Texas, and there is no sign of the heat letting up anytime soon! To help customers keep their cool, Entergy Texas, Inc. is donating 1,300 fans this year to those in need.
On a path to a Bright Future for southeast Texas, Entergy Texas, Inc. filed a plan to keep rates low, while continuing to grow the economy by investing in new infrastructure to ensure reliable and cost effective electricity for customers.
Entergy officials joined with business leaders and elected officials at the Stowell Substation on State Highway 65 in Stowell today to “cut the wire” on a transmission project that is part of a three-year, $2 billion investment by Entergy Texas to modernize infrastructure to provide more reliable and affordable energy across Southeast Texas.
As you start planting that garden, be aware of underground utility lines that your shovels can hit but your eyes can’t see.
Entergy Texas, Inc. is proud to announce that it received the 2018 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year Award for its outstanding efforts to promote energy efficiency in residential new construction.
The bluebonnets and dogwoods are blooming, which means spring is finally here! While spring can be warm and wonderful, it can also be wild and wooly. Tornadoes, lightning, high winds, flash flooding, severe thunderstorms and even hail can accompany the change in seasons.
Grass and flowers are not the only things growing with the warmer temperatures this year. Utility payment scam attempts seem to be rising as well.