The Beat the Heat program focuses on helping customers and communities stay cool and manage their energy usage.
The election strengthens Entergy Texas’ mission to power life for the communities where we live and serve.
The Excellerator program has exceeded a $500K lifetime investment in Mississippi's economic development.
Waterford 3 gifts $5,000 to Mimosa Park Elementary, raises awareness about nuclear energy
Entergy continues to see significant business and industrial growth across its region over the next several years, said Chairman and CEO Drew Marsh, during the company’s 74th annual shareholders meeting that was held virtually today.
Funded by Entergy shareholders, the commitment includes $1 million in free energy efficiency kits; more than $520,000 in emergency bill assistance; and 100 community events in honor of the company’s centennial anniversary.
Entergy Arkansas is implementing a series of proactive measures that residential customers and communities can take to manage through higher usage in the hot summer months.
Science students travel more than three hours to learn about nuclear power
Grand Gulf Nuclear Station hosts career day for local students