Entergy is pleased to recognize National Consumer Protection Week, a Federal Trade Commission awareness campaign to help customers identify, avoid and report scams.
Entergy's Chair and CEO Drew Marsh recently served as a keynote panelist at the ALICE summit in New Orleans. The summit focused on supporting ALICE households, which represent Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed individuals.
Bringing a large company like AWS to Mississippi not only creates new job opportunities for our customers and their families, but bill reduction opportunities as well.
A memorial has been created to honor three McGehee firefighters who were killed nearly 50 years ago.
Recently, Entergy employees came together to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by participating in a series of events across our service areas to support our communities in need.
Entergy's participation in the AABE Energy Policy Summit allowed us to be part of this important industry-wide conversation while also giving us the opportunity to share information about our work and the importance of federal funding to help our communities become more resilient, sustainable and equitable through the clean energy transition.
Entergy recently spread some holiday cheer through our annual initiative called "Operation Secret Santa." Lucky first-in-line customers at our Canal Street Customer Care Center got their bills paid through Santa and The Power to Care, which is part of our low-income bill assistance program.
This holiday season, Entergy employees helped spread cheer at The Times-Picayune Doll and Toy Fund annual gift giveaway in New Orleans. Celebrating its 128th year, the event donates toys to thousands of kids and families in need. Entergy has been one of the lead sponsors of this event since 2016.