Entergy Louisiana recently provided a $10,800 grant to a local nonprofit that supports Grand Isle property and business owners affected by Hurricane Ida.
The report, titled “The future is on,” provides all our stakeholders with a more complete picture of the value we place on our commitments, progress on our goals, and the opportunities we see in 2022 and beyond.
As part of our ongoing commitment to support our communities as they rebuild following Hurricane Ida, Entergy today awarded $500,000 in shareholder-funded grants to organizations helping minority small business owners recover from the devastating storm.
Entergy today revealed its new corporate brand and a refreshed logo. The introduction of the new brand reflects our aspiration to become the premier electric utility and deliver a cleaner, brighter and more sustainable future for everyone.
From supporting the environment, education and low-income areas to teaching students about nuclear energy, grants were provided in communities where Entergy’s nuclear plants operate. This includes Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Michigan.
These upgrades will benefit electrical customers in southwest Mississippi and Louisiana
$14 million project will benefit customers in southwest Mississippi and Louisiana
For 21 consecutive years, Entergy is helping protect the environment by contributing more than $1 million of shareholder funds to partnering organizations through the company’s Environmental Initiatives Fund.
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During the first three quarters of 2021, Entergy has helped power stronger, healthier communities by awarding $10 million to more than 880 nonprofit organizations located across the company's service area.