The National Weather Service has designated the week of February 25 - March 2 as Arkansas' Severe Weather Awareness Week. Entergy Arkansas hopes this annual event will increase public awareness about the dangers of severe weather and encourage people to take steps to protect themselves and their property.
Entergy Mississippi is committed to helping our customers before, during and after extreme weather. To help customers stay comfortable and keep their energy bill affordable, we provide bill management tools, bill payment resources along with energy efficiency tips and programs.
Entergy Mississippi has appointed new customer service managers to four areas within its service territory. Combined, the new managers will work with distribution teams in their respective areas to support communities in and around Vicksburg, Pearl, Greenville and Brookhaven.
Arkansas businesses are receiving thousands of dollars in incentive payments and saving even more than that in energy usage by participating in Entergy Arkansas' Entergy Solutions Continuous Energy Improvement (CEI) initiative.
Last month, a significant intrusion of arctic air led to a 3-day period of below freezing temperatures and winter precipitation throughout the state. Many residents turned up their heaters to take the chill out of the air. Producing heat requires a lot of electricity, which can drive up your energy usage and bills.
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Entergy Arkansas customers who need help paying their winter utility bills can apply now for up to $475 in assistance through the federal Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).
Freezing temperatures are expected to impact Mississippi next week, kicking heaters and energy consumption into high gear. Fortunately, Entergy Mississippi customers can stay warm while managing energy usage and costs by making their homes more energy efficient.