Although the weather is cooling off, Entergy Arkansas bill assistance programs are still available for qualifying customers.
When Brenda Haymer moved into her Helena home some 22 years ago, it had the same heating, ventilation and air conditioner unit she’s used all these years – up until this week, when she received a new one through a grant program administered in part by Delta Center for Entergy Arkansas.
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United States Steel Corporation, through its Big River Works facilities, presented $1 million in donations to organizations in Osceola and Mississippi County, Arkansas, to help equip the community for the future by strengthening infrastructure and essential services. U. S. Steel’s partners at Entergy Arkansas were inspired by these efforts and have committed to also donate $100,000 to bolster the community projects.
Many factors impact your energy bills, with usage and weather as the leading contributors. This summer has brought some of the hottest weather on record.
Entergy Arkansas lineworkers are unsung heroes who build, maintain and repair the electrical grid to help power homes and businesses in the community no matter the weather conditions.
On the morning of July 26, a call on the radio went out that there was a child in the Arkansas River, and an Arkansas Nuclear One security officer already had his boat hooked up to his truck. As a volunteer firefighter, he was ready to answer the call for help.
Tractor Supply Company of Brentwood, Tennessee, has started work on a massive 1.2 million square-foot distribution center in Maumelle.
Because Arkansas has a long growing season due to its temperate climate, our vegetation management program is ongoing, year-round.