Amid a pandemic, Entergy takes seriously the health and safety of our workforce, customers and communities. During the 21st refueling and maintenance outage, the River Bend Station team established some strong partnerships with local businesses outside normal refueling partnerships.
Honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Ed Garrison, recovery manager at Entergy’s Grand Gulf Nuclear Station, is a community connector, strengthening relationships that tie organizations and citizenry together to make a bigger impact than any individual could manage alone.
Entergy has worked tirelessly throughout 2020 to support Louisiana communities beyond keeping the lights on and the gas safely flowing, and the company is continuing those efforts this holiday season.
Knowing many Arkansas students’ lives had been upended by the conversion to remote learning, the Entergy Arkansas’ Entergy Solutions team brainstormed how they could help.
Entergy Corporation and the Entergy Charitable Foundation have helped power stronger, healthier and more vibrant communities in Louisiana by contributing more than $5.4 million to nearly 500 nonprofit organizations in the state from July through September of this year.
A joint letter to the editor from Entergy Corporation chairman and CEO Leo Denault and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana president and CEO Dr. Steven Udvarhelyi.
With help from Entergy Texas, 500 families in Hardin County were able to receive a week’s worth of supplemental meals during a drive-through food distribution initiative at Crestwood Baptist Church in Kountze.
The Entergy Powers COVID-19 Relief Efforts publication summarizes our CSR efforts, illustrating how $3 million grants, along with employees' volunteer and fundraising efforts, have helped our communities during these critical and uncertain times.
The annual fan distribution program helps low-income customers stay cool and save money