Shopping for a space heater? These product features will provide added comfort, safety and convenience.
Just over 2,000 Entergy Arkansas customers remain without power following a winter storm Saturday. This is down from 6,194 outages at the peak at 4 p.m. yesterday.
Winter weather on the way? Here's one way to prepare.
Pipes in places like attics and garages are vulnerable to freezing in cold weather. A few steps can help keep them from freezing and bursting.
Heating your home is critical for winter comfort, but it's also the biggest energy user in homes nationwide.
If your heating system has left you feeling a little cold, don't despair. There are simple actions you can take to warm things up.
As hurricane season comes to an end, Entergy remains focused on preparing for what Mother Nature may present in the coming colder months. And while weather can be unpredictable, we remain storm ready no matter the season.
Although many assume that inflatable holiday decorations use significant energy, they often can be less of a hit to your energy bill than traditional string lights.
It may be getting colder outside, but here are five ways to keep your home cozy without the discomfort of high energy bills.
Hear from Jason Willis, vice president of power generation for Entergy Texas, to learn more about what the company is doing to protect its power plants and prepare for winter.