In 2022, Entergy Mississippi helped secure $808 million in capital investments and create nearly 1,050 new jobs within Mississippi.
Facility enhances key statewide operations, supports central substation groups.
As vice president, Gardner will expand on his current work fostering economic growth in Entergy Mississippi’s service territory through collaborative business development efforts with state and local allies. He and his team will work with elected officials and economic developers to attract national and international businesses to Mississippi and assist those already located in the state to expand.
Entergy Mississippi recently welcomed two new members to its economic development team. Stacy Lester and Lauren Gurtowski have joined the team’s effort to assist Mississippi communities expand and attract new business.
The Excellerator program has exceeded a $500K lifetime investment in Mississippi's economic development.
Pilot project will help assess how electric vehicle growth impacts the power grid
Entergy Mississippi has opened a $16.6-million facility to serve as its hub for customer service, distribution operations and storm response in DeSoto County.
Eight communities win matching grants to further economic development goals
Entergy Mississippi has purchased the former Primos facility and 10 acres, and some 25 adjacent acres in the Flora Industrial Park, and will relocate 44 employees to the site once the property is in service next year.