One-time bill credits, charitable contributions and weatherization efforts are just a few of the offerings provided to help ease the strain of higher bills caused by record temperatures this summer.
This week is National Drive Electric Week, and we are highlighting the substantial investments that America’s electric companies are making to accelerate the electrification of transportation and the adoption of electric vehicles.
Entergy is sending an initial wave of more than 820 restoration workers to support a safe restoration effort in anticipation of widespread damage from Hurricane Ian, including vegetation and line crews.
Entergy today announced that Jason Reynolds has been named vice president of federal infrastructure policy and Leroy Nix has been named vice president of strategic policy and stakeholder engagement.
Companies partner on the future development of offshore wind power to serve Louisiana customers
Leaves are changing, temperatures are dropping, everything is flavored with pumpkin spice … today is officially the start of fall. But don’t let the calendar fool you: Hurricane season doesn’t officially end until Nov. 30.
When Brenda Haymer moved into her Helena home some 22 years ago, it had the same heating, ventilation and air conditioner unit she’s used all these years – up until this week, when she received a new one through a grant program administered in part by Delta Center for Entergy Arkansas.
Agreement to significantly grow company’s renewable resources in the state
Every month, it seems like another scam comes into play. Scammers are becoming more elusive and convincing, especially in the digital age. Check out these tips to help protect yourself from scammers or people claiming to work for Entergy in these five common areas.
United States Steel Corporation, through its Big River Works facilities, presented $1 million in donations to organizations in Osceola and Mississippi County, Arkansas, to help equip the community for the future by strengthening infrastructure and essential services. U. S. Steel’s partners at Entergy Arkansas were inspired by these efforts and have committed to also donate $100,000 to bolster the community projects.