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.
We Power Life is more than just a slogan at Entergy Arkansas, it’s part and parcel of the commitment to keeping the power flowing for the company’s most vulnerable customers through The Power to Care. The program received donations of $581,928 in 2021, which in turn helped more than 1,200 senior citizens and customers with disabilities keep their lights on.
Some simple steps can offset the higher usage, higher bills that come with Southern temps
Entergy Arkansas encourages customers to enroll in payment plans before disconnection
Arkansans who are having trouble paying rent or utility bills due to COVID-19 can apply now for federal money to help cover costs incurred since April 2020, including Entergy Arkansas customers and others across the state.
Entergy Arkansas customers in Corning will experience improvements in the reliability and quality of their electric service as a result of $104,656 in maintenance and upgrades completed recently.
Melissa Harp, Quinntina Richardson lauded for achievements
Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund recently recognized Newport residents Melissa Harp and Quinntina Richardson with awards, based on their outstanding achievements and commitment to their educational success.
Unplugged is no way to run an entertainment series. To support the arts scene in Newport, Entergy Arkansas has contributed $1,000 to power the lights at Monster Nights.
Social distancing of six feet is but one reason to keep a safe distance from crews. Work sites can have any number of hidden dangers for the public, and distracting crews can cause accidents to happen. Entergy urges the public to stay away from utility employees and contractors working in the field.
Despite news that our economy is one of the strongest in history, the reality is that 474,000 Arkansas households — 41% of households in the state — are trapped by low wages and rising costs and are unable to afford basic needs.