Construction is well underway for a new substation that will supply power to the new U. S. Steel mill in Northeast Arkansas.
Entergy Arkansas is working to limit the number of outages that trees, strong winds and storm debris can cause.
The Times-Picayune | New Orleans Advocate recently recognized Entergy as a 2023 Top Workplace for its continued commitment to a positive work environment, employee welfare, career development and advancement opportunities throughout the company.
Here are several essential components of post-weather damage recovery that make Entergy sites some of the most resilient in the country.
Recently, Entergy hosted a poverty simulation for over 70 employees where they stepped into the shoes of customers living with limited incomes. The simulation offered a first-person view of the obstacles faced by residents living with little means in our service area of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas
Shaped by a legacy of growth, innovation, hardship, and disaster, Entergy today forms a bedrock in the Gulf Coast, America’s new economic powerhouse.
Entergy has been named by Forbes as one of America's Best Employers for Diversity this year. This prestigious recognition highlights our commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace where our employees feel valued and respected.
Through our ongoing vegetation management efforts, we recently committed $1.9 million in in-kind contributions over five years to the Regional Conservation Partnership Program, which funds projects that improve wildlife habitats and foster biodiversity.
Nearly 70% of Entergy Arkansas power comes from clean energy sources