The extreme winter weather disrupted electrical service for approximately 54,000 Entergy customers at its height yesterday. As of 11:15 a.m., we have restored power to nearly 94% of our customers.
We have started restoring service to our customers where it is safe to do so and assessing damage to our system. A winter storm system bringing record and near-record low temperatures across most of the Entergy service area continues as we head into this holiday weekend.
Marianna native Ed Webb will be honored in New Orleans as the Entergy Arkansas Lineman of the Game during tonight's matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and New Orleans Saints.
Small changes like weather stripping, changing air filters can add up and save energy costs
Entergy Arkansas often reminds customers to adjust their thermostat to have the greatest impact on their electricity usage to save dollars on their monthly bills, but home improvements can also affect how efficiently your home heating, ventilation and air conditioner system works.
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.
Every month, it seems like another scam comes into play. Scammers are becoming more elusive and convincing, especially in the digital age. Check out these tips to help protect yourself from scammers or people claiming to work for Entergy in these five common areas.
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.