More than 13,000 customers remain without power late Friday morning from a peak of 18,600 after severe thunderstorms that brought strong winds, lightning, hail and possible tornadoes.
Hurricanes, tornadoes and winter ice storms are often described as “having a mind of their own,” but advanced planning and training makes the overall response as immediate and efficient as possible.
The aerial saw provides a safe and efficient tool for crews to maintain vegetation around power transmission and distribution systems.
New devices being installed throughout Entergy Arkansas’ 63-county service area are living up to their name – saving time and money while reducing outages for customers.
Entergy’s Storm Center has a new, cleaner look and a more customer-centric layout making it easier to find information and resources.
Entergy's generation fleet successfully supports all-time high electricity usage.
About 6,000 customers are without power, down from more than 19,000 customers who lost it during yesterday's storms.
A quick but mighty microcell thunderstorm blew through Little Rock this afternoon, bringing 70-80 mph wind gusts and causing widespread damage in many of the areas of West Little Rock.