Businesses are more focused on sustainability today than ever before. That can include everything from recycling to targeting net zero emissions. So, it’s not surprising that Entergy Mississippi customers claimed nearly half of the credits available when we launched our RenewABLE Community Option program on May 16.
The company donated $75,000 to help build a greenhouse, allowing year-round production and educational workshops.
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Company representatives and city leaders celebrate rollout of electric vehicle charging stations in downtown area
Entergy celebrates Nuclear Science Week
A total of 25 sites now have EV charging stations which are free to use and available to the public across the metro area
Going electric at home is good for the world, but going electric when you travel is even better.
Entergy Mississippi’s contributions to achieving Entergy’s overall sustainability goals have been vital. Over the past two decades, Entergy Mississippi has significantly reduced carbon emissions through fleet modernization; and since 1985, Grand Gulf Nuclear Station has added safe, carbon-free energy to the grid while affordably generating around 20% of Mississippi’s electricity.
The number of electric vehicles on U.S. roads could reach 26.4 million in 2030, according to the Edison Electric Institute. This explosive growth is prompting dramatic changes in the fundamental way in which we operate.
First Student commits five electric buses to Harriett Tubman Charter School for a brand new V2G project