In celebration of Engineers Week, meet Elizabeth Wonders, a senior project manager for advanced nuclear projects and technology based out of nuclear headquarters in Jackson, Miss.
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.
Until the mid-20th century, electricity was mainly used for lighting. But that began to change as the means of producing, distributing and consuming electricity grew more efficient. With new electric appliances on the market, electricity became a direct competitor with natural gas, which had cornered the energy market for heating.
Even though several lines had to be de-energized during the flood event, most customers never lost power because of the looped design of Entergy’s electrical system.
A customized mobile substation gets power back to customers as safely and quickly as possible.
When Entergy Mississippi crews installed a high-voltage clean air circuit breaker at one of our Vicksburg, Mississippi substations late last year, two companies reached milestones.
KeyString Labs Vice President of Innovation Michael Cross recently joined an InnoLead panel to discuss how Entergy optimizes both physical workspaces and virtual platforms to foster collaboration and accelerate enhancements to the customer experience.
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.
In June, Entergy sponsored Black Tech NOLA, an annual innovation conference created to raise awareness around building an accessible and equitable technology talent pipeline in the New Orleans region.