In honor of the company's 110th anniversary, Entergy Arkansas has announced the "Arkansas Bright Futures" campaign. Six statewide nonprofits will each receive a $110,000 grant to enhance their efforts to help customers.
Arkansas Bright Future news
Today officials with the Wynne Economic Development Corporation and Entergy Arkansas announced completion of the utility’s Select Site certification for the 37-acre Wynne Highway 1 industrial site, located 11 miles north of Interstate 40 on Arkansas Highway 1.
Entergy Arkansas will provide cash rebates through its new eTech initiative to customers who purchase one or more electric technologies, ranging from forklifts and cranes to golf carts and electric vehicle chargers.
TSC announces distribution center site in Maumelle; Site Selection played a big role
Tractor Supply Company (TSC) announced in January it will soon locate a $100 million distribution center for home goods and equipment for farms and families in Maumelle where four-wheelers once rolled through a rugged wooded parcel north of the city’s industrial park.
State and local officials joined Arkansas business leaders Tuesday to break ground on the state’s largest-ever economic investment project with U. S. Steel near Osceola, Ark.
Safety is a core value at Entergy, for everyone – whether it’s our employees or our customers, even the littlest ones. Keeping children safe is everyone’s job, though, from utility providers to teachers and parents.
Entergy Corporation’s shareholders are helping protect the environment by contributing more than $1 million to 14 partnering organizations, including three in the Entergy Arkansas service area.
The students at Booker T. Washington Elementary and Bale Elementary are winter-ready, thanks to a partnership between the Local Firefighters Union 34 and Entergy Arkansas.
The Nature Conservancy had removed a major barrier, an old, washed-out road and culvert system, from this site situated along a tributary to the Alum Fork of the Saline River. The crossing here had been impassable for years, yet was causing erosion that ultimately landed in the Saline River, and that was preventing fish from migrating up and down the river system. THC had a solution, and Entergy was happy to have the opportunity to help.
Sara Russell-Lingo didn’t set out to make history. But after a few post-high-school years of dead-end warehouse jobs and a stint in retail, “I was looking for a career.”