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 has appointed new customer service managers to several communities across its service territories, including a new industrial account executive. While some of the appointees are new to the customer service team, others are veterans acquiring relationships within new communities.
The report – submitted to the Mississippi Public Service Commission – acknowledges that, while the team of restoration workers worked very hard under the extraordinary severe weather challenges, we did not meet our customers’ expectations.
Survivors of the tornadoes that devastated the Mississippi Delta in March can receive free legal help from Entergy employees. Trained employee volunteers are available to help homeowners and renters in Carroll, Humphreys, Monroe and Sharkey counties file Federal Emergency Management Agency appeals.
Based in Jackson, Mississippi, Bennett will be responsible for government relations and serve as the company’s liaison with elected officials and their staff. He will also work closely with regulatory and federal affairs groups to engage and achieve positive outcomes for all our stakeholders.
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 next few weeks are critical, with past late-August storms such as Hurricanes Andrew, Katrina, Laura and Ida reminding us of the need to be ready. Entergy Mississippi is prepared for potential hurricanes this season, and you should be ready, too.
On August 11 and throughout the year, we remind homeowners and professional contractors to use the free 811 service before digging to reduce the risk of striking an underground utility or gas line.
Increasing energy usage during record-breaking temperatures can lead to higher bills – burning up summer funds. Entergy Mississippi is sharing tips to help customers sunblock their utility budgets during the summer heat!