In the first half of 2023 alone, Entergy Mississippi has provided more than $600,000 in shareholder contributions to organizations across its service area.
Entergy Arkansas is committed to helping customers during the high-energy usage months of summer.
Applying for federal energy bill payment assistance can be challenging. We’re here to help. Learn how customers are benefiting from our digital platform that simplifies the federal Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program application process.
The Power to Care program provides emergency bill assistance to older adults and customers with disabilities.
Lotte Chemical USA Corporation and Entergy Louisiana recently signed a memorandum of understanding, with the goal of working collaboratively to seek opportunities to reduce Lotte's scope 2 emissions.
Entergy Arkansas increased corporate contributions by $1.8 million and implemented a series of measures to assist our customers and communities during extreme summer heat and inflation. This included more funding for programs that helped qualified customers pay their electric bills, as well as donations of fans, food, school supplies and energy efficiency kits to help families stretch their monthly budgets.
It’s both inside and outside the classroom that Entergy Arkansas puts a focus on STEAM opportunities! Through the Museum of Discovery, “Girls in STEM” workshops and The Repertory Theatre, we encourage young people to stretch their imaginations and consider the possibilities of a career in any number of fields that will be the jobs of tomorrow.
Each year, Entergy Arkansas partners with Little Rock International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Local 34 to choose one or more elementary schools and provide each student at the school a new winter coat. Dubbed Operation Warm, the project raised enough funds to provide 800 coats to students in December of 2022.
Hungry bellies are not only painful, but they distract from the important things families need to focus on to live their best lives. By donating dollars and hours to foodbanks across the state, Entergy Arkansas employees address a huge issue in the state, where 1 in 4 people lives in poverty and 17% face food insecurity.
College students and fellow Arkansans Brian Gittens and Madison Mobley have been working to help customers with their accounts since starting their summer internships with Entergy Arkansas on June 5.