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.
Whether you are taking advantage of the extra sunshine to make home improvements, garden or enjoy some fresh air, now is a good time to brush up on your outdoor safety knowledge.
Tracie Roberts, who has been with Entergy Texas since November 2014, is replacing Ronnie Hale as the customer service representative (CSR) for Navasota and the surrounding areas.
Entergy aspires to be an industry leader in protecting our environment.
Entergy Texas, Inc., the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and The Conservation Fund have teamed up to plant more than 45,000 trees at Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge, located 45 miles northeast of Houston, as part of a two-year initiative to restore 100 acres of bottomland hardwood forest.
In Texas, more than 8,200 residents have received more than $11.5 million.
The big game may be over, but Super Tax Day is ongoing! Entergy Texas customers will receive more free tax prep on Saturday, Feb. 10.
Winter brought extreme cold weather to southeast Texas this season, which prompted record-low temperatures and high electricity usage in late December and early January. As a result, some Entergy Texas customers are experiencing higher-than-normal electricity bills.
The Southeast’s normally mild winters don’t typically result in high energy bills. However, in parts of Entergy’s service area, temperatures recently reached 20 to 30 degrees below average.