Entergy Texas encourages customers to save money and manage their energy usage with these tips.
As temperatures rise across the state, residents are encouraged to take steps to make their homes more energy efficient.
Entergy Arkansas’ partnership with a local plastics plant is helping save both energy and money. Polyethylene Containers, Inc. has received nearly $1 million dollars in incentives as part of the Entergy Solutions Commercial and Industrial Program.
The company is donating 1,300 fans to help Southeast Texas families.
Entergy Arkansas is working with the City of Little Rock to ensure neighborhoods are build back better and stronger after the March 31 tornado.
During high temperatures, cooling costs make up more than 55% of an average customer’s electric bill. This means that taking steps to save energy can help lower your electric bills when temperatures are hot.
The partnership helped weatherize more than 40 homes in Conroe ahead of summer.
The Beat the Heat program focuses on helping customers and communities stay cool and manage their energy usage.
Entergy Solutions announces appliance recycling program, helping residential customers replace outdated refrigerators and freezers.