Entergy awards more than $7.9 million in charitable contributions for first half of 2022
Crews worked late into the night to restore power to more than 22,000 customers after thunderstorms rolled through the state Monday, causing widespread damage and a peak of 23,000 outages.
Thunderstorms with strong winds and lightning knocked out power to thousands of Entergy Arkansas customers this afternoon, with a peak of 23,000 outages. The hardest hit areas were Little Rock, Hot Springs and Pine Bluff, with many downed trees and limbs on power lines, broken poles and substation equipment damages.
For some folks, R&R means rest and relaxation. But for Entergy Arkansas, R&R stands for reliability and resiliency, and there’s a proactive drone program devoted to it.
Entergy Arkansas was recently awarded as the top Arkansas Foodbank Corporate Volunteer Group for the second consecutive year.
Entergy joins industry groups in honoring our nation’s electrical lineworkers.
U.S. Steel announced in January the selection of Osceola for its next-generation, highly sustainable steel mill, promising it would be the most advanced in North America. With a facility that large, it obviously triggered a need for new overhead power lines to be installed at the facility.
Entergy continues to closely monitor the weather, our equipment, and grid conditions, and take appropriate steps to ensure reliable delivery of power to our customers.
Crews are working to repair equipment at substations in Monticello and Harrisburg.