One thousand Entergy customers across the company’s service territory in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas took the opportunity during fall 2020 to help improve and protect the environment with a free tree from Entergy to plant at home.
Entergy Corporation, a national leader in sustainability and environmental stewardship, today named John Weiss as vice president of sustainability and environmental policy.
Charge Up! Arkansas, a new partnership between Entergy Arkansas and Adopt a Charger, will break ground on the first of 10 electric vehicle charging stations locations Feb. 1 at Flagpole Park in Lonoke.
The City of New Orleans, in partnership with Entergy New Orleans, is launching a survey to collect public input on future electric vehicle charging station locations. All residents are encouraged to participate, especially current or future owners of an electric vehicle (EV) and business owners in Orleans Parish.
Entergy Corporation has been recognized among the top 20% of companies in North America demonstrating sustainable business practices as noted by S&P Dow Jones Indices in its 2020 Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index.
Building on our longtime legacy of environmental stewardship, Entergy announced a commitment to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. We intend to accomplish this while continuing to ensure grid reliability and affordability for our customers.
Since Entergy launched its program two years ago, 925 Entergy Arkansas customers and 3,700 customers across the company’s four-state utility service area have received free trees to plant at home.
For many customers spending more time at home during the quarantine, Entergy’s spring tree giveaway produced a harvest of fun outdoor activities for the whole family to enjoy.
A guest article recognizing the 50th anniversary of Earth Day by Chuck Barlow, vice president of sustainability and environmental policy at Entergy.
Marine vessels docked at South Louisiana’s Port Fourchon can now play a role in helping protect Louisiana’s environment by replacing fossil fuel-generated ship power with Entergy’s new shore power product.