Entergy Arkansas recently awarded Bryant School District $43,328.61 in incentives to support the implementation of energy-efficiency projects and operational changes in 2020 and 2021 through its Entergy Solutions Program, which resulted in an estimated annuals savings of more than $38,000 for the district.
Entergy Arkansas is expanding corporate contributions by $1.8 million and implementing a series of measures to assist our customers and communities.
Call 811 Before You Dig - Arkansas state law requires utility lines be marked
From installing a new mailbox to planting a tree or putting up a fence, digging without knowing what’s beneath the surface can cause harm and even be deadly.
This fall, five Arkansas students who are dependents of Entergy Arkansas employees will further their education with the help of a $5,000 scholarship from the company.
To ease the pain of higher energy bills, Entergy is taking steps to help our residential customers and communities through the high usage summer months.
We Power Life is more than just a slogan at Entergy Arkansas, it’s part and parcel of the commitment to keeping the power flowing for the company’s most vulnerable customers through The Power to Care. The program received donations of $581,928 in 2021, which in turn helped more than 1,200 senior citizens and customers with disabilities keep their lights on.
Officials with the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program have announced residents can begin submitting applications Monday, July 25 for help with the costs of summer cooling bills, including those from Entergy Arkansas and other utilities.
Entergy Arkansas officials announced Thursday it has issued a request for proposals for 1,000 megawatts of solar and wind generation resources, emissions-free renewables that can provide cost-effective energy supply, capacity, fuel diversity, and other benefits to its customers.
A $300-million settlement ends Mississippi’s part in lengthy, multi-state FERC rate dispute