Last month, a significant intrusion of arctic air led to a 3-day period of below freezing temperatures and winter precipitation throughout the state. Many residents turned up their heaters to take the chill out of the air. Producing heat requires a lot of electricity, which can drive up your energy usage and bills.
Freezing temperatures are expected to impact Mississippi next week, kicking heaters and energy consumption into high gear. Fortunately, Entergy Mississippi customers can stay warm while managing energy usage and costs by making their homes more energy efficient.
Steps taken to winterize critical systems and electric infrastructure.
As winter officially begins and cooler temperatures move into the state, Entergy Arkansas is ready for the possibility of freezing and inclement weather.
Volunteers from Entergy Arkansas and the Little Rock Firefighters Union 34 delivered more than 800 coats to elementary school students in the Little Rock School District this week.
Whether you’re a pro or a novice when it comes to putting up decorations, it’s important to understand the risks of hanging lights.
Large amounts of snow along with strong wind gusts greatly impacted the north and northwest areas of the state, causing an estimated 36,000 Entergy Arkansas customer outages at its peak Wednesday morning. The weight of the winter precipitation felled trees, broke limbs, power lines and other equipment, and damage assessments are ongoing.
Energy-efficiency tips will help keep you warm while chilling your bill
Decrease your electricity usage by implementing energy efficiency practices.