Kyle Rome, an electrical and instrumentation and controls system engineer at Waterford 3 Steam Electric Station in Killona, La.
Kyle Rome, an electrical and instrumentation and controls system engineer at Waterford 3 Steam Electric Station in Killona, La.
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Meet the pros: Waterford 3’s Kyle Rome
06/20/2024

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(L-R) Chief Deputy Blake Wilson, Clint Maness, ANO Superintendent,Security, and Pope County Sheriff Shane Jones.
(L-R) Chief Deputy Blake Wilson, Clint Maness, ANO Superintendent,Security, and Pope County Sheriff Shane Jones.
News > Communities, Customers, Safety
Arkansas Nuclear One donates BearCat to Pope County Sheriff’s Office
06/06/2024

Armored vehicle once used by nuclear security to now help law enforcement

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Entergy's Women in Nuclear has been named "most reactive chapter" by U.S. WIN for the second straight year.
Entergy's Women in Nuclear has been named "most reactive chapter" by U.S. WIN for the second straight year.
News > Leadership, Employees
It’s a WIN win again: Entergy Women in Nuclear “most reactive” chapter
06/06/2024

National award recognizes excellence in promoting nuclear science in the community

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Entergy Mississippi employees present The Salvation Army with $425,000 contribution to The Power to Care bill assistance program.
Entergy Mississippi employees present The Salvation Army with $425,000 contribution to The Power to Care bill assistance program.
News > Communities, Customers, Energy efficiency
Entergy Mississippi commits $425K in bill assistance
06/04/2024

Extreme heat increases electricity use, causing power bills to rise and creating further strain on budgets. However, relief is available, even when there is no reprieve from the weather. We are proud that our employees, customers and shareholders join together to provide assistance for those who need it most through The Power to Care program.

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Entergy Arkansas Bright Futures: Focusing our philanthropic work on food insecurity
05/30/2024

One in five Arkansans faces hunger – and that number becomes one in four for children. During the month of June, Entergy Arkansas is focusing our philanthropic efforts on food insecurity.

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Entergy named as a top 50 most community-minded company in the US
05/22/2024

For the ninth year, Entergy has been named a 2024 honoree of The Civic 50, Points of Light’s prestigious annual list that recognizes the top companies leading the way in employee volunteerism and community investment in the United States. Entergy was also recognized as this year’s Utilities Sector Leader for the second year in a row.

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Entergy Mississippi’s inaugural The Power to Care golf tournament surpassed fundraising records for similar tournaments held in other states where Entergy operates.
Entergy Mississippi’s inaugural The Power to Care golf tournament surpassed fundraising records for similar tournaments held in other states where Entergy operates.
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Golfers tee up $128K in emergency bill help funding for customers
05/20/2024

Entergy Mississippi's inaugural golf tournament sets fundraising record for The Power to Care

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Entergy Louisiana and Entergy New Orleans power positive impacts
05/01/2024

Community engagement and civic responsibility are fundamental to the culture of Entergy Louisiana and Entergy New Orleans. With a steadfast dedication to giving back, employees’ volunteer efforts are making a tangible difference in the lives of those around them.

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Entergy Arkansas highlights community engagement for National Volunteer Month
04/25/2024

April is National Volunteer Month, and Entergy Arkansas is proud of the year-round commitment our employees make to volunteering and making a difference in communities throughout our service territory.

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Kimberly Cook-Nelson spoke to attendees about the growing support for clean, carbon-free nuclear energy and the exciting advances on the horizon.
Kimberly Cook-Nelson spoke to attendees about the growing support for clean, carbon-free nuclear energy and the exciting advances on the horizon.
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Cook-Nelson addresses 2024 Tulane Engineering Forum
04/24/2024

Chief Nuclear Officer Kimberly Cook-Nelson was a featured speaker at the 2024 Tulane Engineering Forum.

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