While Entergy Mississippi focused on getting 300,000 customers back online, it also helped employees displaced by floods and devastation in New Orleans and neighboring areas, many of whom relocated to Jackson and were able to work in temporary offices.
Brandi McKenzie was recently promoted to the radiation protection department as the performance improvement coordinator and department training coordinator at Grand Gulf Nuclear Station in Port Gibson, Miss., where she has worked for more than10 years.
Make plans now to be safety aware and stay informed during the peak part of the season.
Until the mid-20th century, electricity was mainly used for lighting. But that began to change as the means of producing, distributing and consuming electricity grew more efficient. With new electric appliances on the market, electricity became a direct competitor with natural gas, which had cornered the energy market for heating.
The Power to Care program provides emergency bill assistance to older adults and customers with disabilities.
An operations hub in the heart of a disaster zone
Meet Robin Calloway, a senior category management specialist in supply chain – nuclear strategic agreements based out of nuclear headquarters in Jackson, Miss.
Years before Entergy’s low-income focus became a corporate priority, company leaders and employees in Mississippi had established a legacy of community service and customer support.
Economic development in Mississippi began to increase during the mid-20th century, as decades of efforts like Mississippi Power & Light’s “Helping Build Mississippi” program led to new investment in the state.