This summer was the hottest ever recorded, and in response to the extreme heat, Entergy launched its “Beat the Heat” program – aimed at implementing a series of measures to help vulnerable customers stay cool and safe this summer.
Entergy Corporation and its Louisiana subsidiaries will provide around $224,000 by the end of the year to food pantries and nonprofits to reduce food insecurity in local communities.
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.
Entergy Arkansas is committed to helping customers during the high-energy usage months of summer.
This May, Entergy launched a series of measures to help its low-income and senior customers “Beat the Heat” and save on their utility bills during the hot summer months.
Entergy has been named a 2023 honoree of The Civic 50, Points of Light’s prestigious annual list recognizing the top community-minded companies in the United States. This is the eighth time Entergy has been part of this list. Entergy was also recognized as this year’s Utilities Sector Leader.
Throughout the month of April, Entergy Louisiana and its employees partnered with local food pantries and put into action what is at the cornerstone of the company’s mission — volunteerism
Science students travel more than three hours to learn about nuclear power
Grand Gulf Nuclear Station hosts career day for local students