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.
Alexis Herman, former U.S. Secretary of Labor and member of Entergy's board of directors, co-authors commentary about published on Fortune.com in recognition of Black History Month.
Danny Games, director of business and economic development for Entergy Arkansas, traces the roots of what he does for a living to 1913, the year Harvey Couch created the company that would eventually become Entergy. Couch built his business on the philosophy and on the slogan, "Helping Build Arkansas."
In its spirit of innovation, Entergy builds infrastructure for port-side maritime electrification to reduce both emissions and maintenance costs.
Entergy Chairman and CEO Leo Denault is fond of saying, “Entergy was focused on ESG before ESG was cool.” He has good reason—the energy company has been a leader in sustainability and environmental stewardship for two decades.
Got your new advanced meter yet? As we begin the new year, we’ve already upgraded about 407,000 meters in Arkansas. We’re on track to have all 715,000 customers converted to advanced meters by the end of this year.
New Entergy mechanic Kassie Cramer comes by her vocation naturally. Her father owned an automotive repair shop when she was a little girl, and she was frequently right there to hand him a wrench. Now, at age 28, “I really like taking things apart and putting them back together.”
For 62 years the twin boilers and smokestack of the Moses Power Plant were an imposing landmark on the horizon just west of Forrest City, Ark. As of Dec. 1, the 231-acre site is, once again, an open field, save for a substation.
Grid modernization strategy brings added customer benefits, improved outage management