April 22 is Earth Day, a perfect opportunity to evaluate your organization’s environmental impact and look for ways to make your operations greener – and save money.
This week, Entergy joined our community partners Bike Easy and the City of New Orleans, in celebration of Bike to Work’s annual event, sponsored by Entergy for the 12th year.
As we celebrate Earth Month, Entergy remains steadfast in our commitment to creating a cleaner, more resilient energy future for our customers and communities.
Fleet electrification can be a frustratingly complex and time-consuming process. What will it cost? What environmental good will it do? Are federal and state grants available to cut the cost? Without an expert’s guidance, answering these questions with confidence can feel overwhelming, if not impossible.
Work boosts local economy by bringing in 1,900 additional workers
Entergy recently hosted a fleet electrification event to educate the New Orleans community about accessing newly available federal funding for electric school buses. The event convened representatives from the City of New Orleans, the Orleans Parish School Board, the Southeast Louisiana Clean Fuels Partnership and New Orleans charter schools, networks and transportation companies for an afternoon of discussion.
Recent recognition of Entergy’s leadership in environmental, social and governance performance demonstrates the company’s commitment to creating sustainable value for all its stakeholders.
Kimberly Cook-Nelson, Entergy Nuclear executive vice president and chief nuclear officer, recently spoke to more than 400 attendees at the annual EnergySolutions conference in Salt Lake City.
Renewable program available for customers who opt-in
For 22 years in a row, Entergy shareholders have contributed $1 million annually to support the important work of local environmental programs.