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Entergy Arkansas storm update – 5/25/24, 10 a.m.
05/25/2024

High winds, lightning and heavy rain moved through the state on the evening of May 24, into early morning of May 25, resulting in a peak of 24,000 customer outages. 

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Insights > Storms
Entergy Arkansas storm update – 5/9/24, 6 p.m.
05/09/2024

Since the night of May 8, Entergy Arkansas has restored approximately 43,000 customer outages resulting from multiple storm fronts that moved through the state. Currently there are approximately 1,430 remaining customer outages.

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Insights > Storms
Entergy Arkansas storm update – 5/9/24, 11 a.m.
05/09/2024

Entergy Arkansas has restored approximately 30,000 customer outages resulting from multiple storm fronts that moved through the state in the early morning hours on May 8 and May 9. Currently there are approximately 1,800 remaining customer outages.

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Insights > Storms
Entergy Arkansas storm update – 5/8/24, 8 p.m.
05/08/2024

Entergy Arkansas continues to make significant progress in restoring power to more than 21,000 customers impacted by last night's severe weather in the Hot Springs and Little Rock areas. Crews also stand ready to respond to any issues that may arise from severe weather moving through the state this evening.

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Insights > Storms
Entergy Arkansas storm update – 5/8/24, 11 a.m.
05/08/2024

Power outages remain throughout the state after a confirmed tornado touched down in Hot Springs and storms caused lightning and high winds in Central Arkansas.

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Insights > Tips and tools
Stay ahead of the season with a smart thermostat
04/29/2024

With the warm weather approaching, it's the perfect time to upgrade to a smart thermostat that provides convenience and insights while giving you control over your home's comfort and energy usage.

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Insights > Giving back
Entergy Arkansas highlights community engagement for National Volunteer Month
04/25/2024

April is National Volunteer Month, and Entergy Arkansas is proud of the year-round commitment our employees make to volunteering and making a difference in communities throughout our service territory.

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Photo credit: Matthew DeCosta, security shift supervisor, Arkansas Nuclear One
Photo credit: Matthew DeCosta, security shift supervisor, Arkansas Nuclear One
Insights > Our future
Solar eclipse shines light on nuclear energy’s role in meeting climate goals
04/23/2024

Renewable energy and nuclear power are a balanced mix that will get us to a carbon-free future.

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Insights > Giving back
Entergy Arkansas helps protect American wildlife icon
04/22/2024

In the realm of wildlife conservation, the majestic bald eagle stands as a symbol of strength, freedom and resilience. Entergy Arkansas is doing its part to protect the national bird from nesting on energized power poles and related equipment, which can be life threatening.

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