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In preparation for the growing electric vehicle market, Entergy Mississippi has launched a direct current fast charging station pilot project
In preparation for the growing electric vehicle market, Entergy Mississippi has launched a direct current fast charging station pilot project
News > Communities, Customers, Grid Modernization, Growth, Environment
Entergy Mississippi opens corporation’s first electric vehicle fast chargers
01/05/2023

Pilot project will help assess how electric vehicle growth impacts the power grid

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Driver Solar Project will be the largest solar facility in the Entergy Arkansas portfolio.
Driver Solar Project will be the largest solar facility in the Entergy Arkansas portfolio.
News > Communities, Grid Modernization, Growth, Environment
Entergy Arkansas announces 250-MW solar facility near Osceola
10/04/2022

The Arkansas Public Service Commission has approved the Entergy Arkansas Driver Solar Project, a new 250-megawatt AC (or 312 MW DC) renewable energy plant developed by Lightsource bp, which will be located on approximately 2,100 acres near Osceola in Mississippi County. Driver Solar will be the utility’s largest solar facility, capable of generating enough energy to power more than 40,000 homes.

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Rex Brown Steam Electric Station
Rex Brown Steam Electric Station
News > Communities, Customers, Grid Modernization, Safety, Growth, Employees, Environment
Entergy Mississippi implodes remainder of Rex Brown Steam Electric Station
07/28/2022

Natural gas power plant served the company’s customers for 71 years

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News > Communities, Customers, Grid Modernization, Environment
Entergy Mississippi to bring Sunflower Solar Station online
05/26/2022

State’s largest utility-owned solar project will provide clean, renewable energy and an economic advantage

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News > Storms
Entergy: Two Viable Paths for First Light into The Greater New Orleans Area
08/31/2021

Just two days after Hurricane Ida delivered a catastrophic blow to Louisiana, Entergy has determined two options to bring first lights into the Greater New Orleans area by late evening Wednesday, Sept. 1.

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