As I sit here on the couch with my laptop and drink a cold soda, the TV humming in the background and my ceiling fan cooling my sweaty self after hanging holiday lights, I am keenly aware of all the electricity I’m using.
Hurricane Delta strengthened as it moved through the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to impact Entergy Arkansas customers starting Saturday.
The future is brighter for 61 Entergy Arkansas tax-exempt customers who will soon reap the benefits of emissions-free solar power without the burden of buying, contracting, installing or maintaining solar panels on their properties.
In addition to providing essential electric and gas service, Entergy has played a key role in driving economic recovery amid a pandemic in 2020.
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When monster storms ravage cities and towns, destroying the energy grid, an army of restoration workers can be counted on to descend upon the area, working feverishly to rebuild and restore the infrastructure needed to bring a community back to life.
While sunshine is a somewhat boundless source, it has its limitations. There’s still energy needed around the clock, day or night.
The familiar bucket truck is but one of the tools line workers use to repair the power grid