This year, Entergy’s pro bono team successfully assisted an Afghan refugee family in their pursuit of immigration asylum in the U.S. In 2021, the parents and their young child were forced to flee their homeland amid the escalating conflict and insecurity that ensued as U.S. military forces withdrew from Afghanistan and the Taliban retook control of the country.
Thanksgiving meals are an important part of the celebrations you share with family and friends. All of that extra cooking and baking, however, can lead to a real post-season letdown after you see the added cost on your energy bill. These simple, cost-saving tips will help you enjoy the festivities while trimming your energy budget.
New devices being installed throughout Entergy Arkansas’ 63-county service area are living up to their name – saving time and money while reducing outages for customers.
Principal attributes portion of school’s “A” rating to the company’s support
Entergy Mississippi’s electric transmission system is a lot like a superhero—a sprawling, tireless giant equipped to move massive amounts of power for long distances over land and water at the speed of light.
To raise scam awareness, Chris Peters, Entergy vice president and chief security officer, sat down with Monica Martinez, Utilities United Against Scams executive director, for a discussion on the Electric Perspectives podcast from Edison Electric Institute.
For the sixth year in a row, the U.S. Department of Labor has recognized Entergy as a recipient of the HIRE Vets Medallion Award, which honors exceptional achievement in veteran employment.
Entergy is proud to join Utilities United Against Scams to recognize the eighth annual Utility Scam Awareness Day on Wednesday, Nov. 15, during International Fraud Awareness Week.
Meet Tina Lin Morton, a senior project manager at River Bend Station and a Navy Veteran who served in the United States Military for 25 years