There are several ways to reduce indoor pollution.
Unfortunately, air leaking out of your home wastes energy, costing you money and making you less comfortable. By finding and fixing those leaks, you can reduce your energy bills and increase your comfort level.
Recently, Chairman and CEO Drew Marsh joined key New Orleans leaders and policymakers to discuss best strategies to modernize the United States power grid, accelerate the clean energy transition and improve energy reliability and resilience.
Emergencies — such as a fire, storm or other natural disaster — can happen at any time. To minimize your risks and keep your family safe, it's best to be prepared.
This year’s Fried Chicken Festival brought together thousands of people around a shared love of great food, music and culture – and amongst many of those festivalgoers were public school educators. As part of Entergy’s ongoing commitment to investing in our communities, we hosted the first-ever complimentary Teacher’s Lounge – an exclusive area at the festival for teachers and staff to enjoy VIP seating, live music, food and drinks.
Going electric at home is good for the world, but going electric when you travel is even better.
Entergy sends 35 future STEM leaders to the NOBCChE annual conference
The number of electric vehicles on U.S. roads could reach 26.4 million in 2030, according to the Edison Electric Institute. This explosive growth is prompting dramatic changes in the fundamental way in which we operate.
Entergy’s Storm Center has a new, cleaner look and a more customer-centric layout making it easier to find information and resources.