Entergy Electric Mobility Portfolio Manager Scott Barrios joined The Current podcast by We Stand for Energy, for a discussion on the state of electric transportation. We Stand for Energy is a community that supports reliable, affordable and sustained energy for everyone.
Danville's newest school bus is an electric mini-bus, the first of its kind in the state of Arkansas.
Entergy Mississippi is the juggling the demands of modern consumers as the world approaches a global energy transition. Energy, Oil & Gas Magazine spoke with President & CEO Haley Fisackerly about meeting customers' needs for the company's next 100 years.
We’ve compiled the top stories shared in our newsroom this year. From an Entergy first, to a rate drop, and multiple community contributions – our year was packed with stories of impactful efforts across our 45-county service area.
Today, Entergy Mississippi’s customers and communities continue benefiting from actions taken by the company to forge a new direction into the future.
Going electric at home is good for the world, but going electric when you travel is even better.
The number of electric vehicles on U.S. roads could reach 26.4 million in 2030, according to the Edison Electric Institute. This explosive growth is prompting dramatic changes in the fundamental way in which we operate.
Entergy recently hosted a fleet electrification event to educate the New Orleans community about accessing newly available federal funding for electric school buses. The event convened representatives from the City of New Orleans, the Orleans Parish School Board, the Southeast Louisiana Clean Fuels Partnership and New Orleans charter schools, networks and transportation companies for an afternoon of discussion.
At Entergy Mississippi we think a lot about the future. Why? Because we are not only tasked by the State of Mississippi with providing you power today, but also with having plans in place to ensure you have safe, reliable and affordable power years from now.