As Entergy Arkansas celebrates its 110th anniversary this year, lineworkers paused to reflect on the history of restoring power to customers throughout the state and beyond.
Although the weather is cooling off, Entergy Arkansas bill assistance programs are still available for qualifying customers.
About 200 customers will be impacted from 4 to noon both days
Entergy Arkansas will be performing work on distribution lines as well as other equipment in an area around the town of Wheatley on Monday and Tuesday, July 26 and 27 that will require an outage from 4 a.m. to noon both days.
With advanced meters, estimated readings should become a thing of the past.
Hopefully you have heard that Entergy Arkansas is upgrading its electric meters to an advanced metering system. This includes the meter on your agricultural well pumps.
With a continued focus on enhancing your customer experience, you can now make updates to your service quickly on myEntergy.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we understand that an exceptional online experience is more important now than ever before. That’s part of why we’ve launched myEntergy - your new energy portal.
These are unprecedented times for all of us, and at Entergy Arkansas we take the health, safety and security of our customers, communities, employees and business partners very seriously. We are committed to powering our customers and communities regardless of the circumstance.
We'll do all we can to keep the lights on as we complete these upgrades.
We have determined the outage on March 24 and two outages on March 29 were caused by an equipment failure on the remaining operational line. The issue was at the Jim Hill substation in Southeast Missouri, just east of St. Francis.