Entergy sponsored the Louisiana Policy Institute’s Early Education Month in February to continue our ongoing commitment to increase access to high-quality care and early education for all children.
Like most things these days, the material costs related to generating and delivering your power have gone up recently. While our customer rates are still below the U.S. average, Entergy Mississippi is taking real action to keep this and other inflationary business cost increases from making your power bill unaffordable.
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.
The Gulf South, particularly communities within Louisiana, is home to the largest industrial economy in the United States. The energy needs of this group of customers is unique and energy demands are growing, including new industry coming to Louisiana.
More than 3 million customers now have advanced meters at their homes and businesses.
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.
Everybody benefits from the ideas, innovations, products, services, perspectives and jobs that diverse businesses bring to communities. We’re proud to conduct business with strong, diverse suppliers that reflect the communities we serve.
The score highlights our efforts in diversity, inclusion and belonging.
We are proud to be named to the JUST 100 ranking for America’s Most JUST Companies by JUST Capital and CNBC. Entergy ranks in the top 100 companies out of the nearly 1,000 largest publicly traded U.S. companies that were evaluated.