New and upgraded infrastructure to increase resilience and reliable power
Biden-Harris Administration announced the federal government’s first Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with a utility - Entergy Arkansas - to work toward achieving 100 percent carbon pollution-free electricity (CFE), at least 50 percent of which would be provided on a 24/7 basis.
Companies sign MOU for collaboration on several key areas to develop an industrial scale hydrogen supported economy.
Entergy Mississippi has opened a $16.6-million facility to serve as its hub for customer service, distribution operations and storm response in DeSoto County.
To help deliver customer solutions and protect the environment, Entergy Louisiana has expanded its shore power capabilities so that Crowley vessels operating out of the Port of Lake Charles have a more sustainable and low-emission option while docked.
The Arkansas Public Service Commission has approved the Entergy Arkansas Driver Solar Project, a new 250-megawatt AC (or 312 MW DC) renewable energy plant developed by Lightsource bp, which will be located on approximately 2,100 acres near Osceola in Mississippi County. Driver Solar will be the utility’s largest solar facility, capable of generating enough energy to power more than 40,000 homes.
Entergy Louisiana recently began construction of an approximately $100 million transmission project that aims to build resilience and increase the reliability of its electric grid in southwest Louisiana.
The City of New Orleans, in partnership with Entergy New Orleans, today announced the launch of the Electric Vehicle (EV) Charger Program, featuring free stations for public use that will be installed across the city.
The company is building an approximately 71,000 square foot facility that will improve storm response and resiliency.