As the company progressed through the decades, so did its workforce needs. New technologies and computerization began transforming the industry, creating a greater demand for employees with science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, expertise.
Meet Sal Qasim, an engineer who is the North American Young Generation in Nuclear chapter president at Grand Gulf Nuclear Station.
On Sunday, October 1, Dyer will be recognized in front of thousands of fans during the matchup between the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He’ll be treated to a VIP experience, with on-field access and a special announcement.
Entergy Mississippi’s contributions to achieving Entergy’s overall sustainability goals have been vital. Over the past two decades, Entergy Mississippi has significantly reduced carbon emissions through fleet modernization; and since 1985, Grand Gulf Nuclear Station has added safe, carbon-free energy to the grid while affordably generating around 20% of Mississippi’s electricity.
The Public Utilities Act divided the state into service territories for energy companies like Mississippi Power & Light, which later became Entergy Mississippi, allowing them to be more focused and efficient.
Meet Jonathan Graise, an instrumentation and controls technician and craftsmanship council co-lead who has worked at Grand Gulf Nuclear Station for six years.
In the first half of 2023 alone, Entergy Mississippi has provided more than $600,000 in shareholder contributions to organizations across its service area.
Entergy’s Storm Center has a new, cleaner look and a more customer-centric layout making it easier to find information and resources.
Entergy Mississippi turned on Sunflower Solar Station—the largest renewable energy-generating site in the state—in late 2022 and it now produces enough power for 16,000 homes.