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Entergy Nuclear CNO Kimberly Cook-Nelson (second from left) joins a panel at the annual EnergySolutions conference for a discussion on the future of nuclear energy
Entergy Nuclear CNO Kimberly Cook-Nelson (second from left) joins a panel at the annual EnergySolutions conference for a discussion on the future of nuclear energy
News > Leadership, Communities, Customers, Employees, Environment
Entergy Nuclear CNO Cook-Nelson on the future of nuclear energy
01/26/2023

Kimberly Cook-Nelson, Entergy Nuclear executive vice president and chief nuclear officer, recently spoke to more than 400 attendees at the annual EnergySolutions conference in Salt Lake City.

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A winter storm dumped several inches of snow in areas and damaged equipment, including this power pole near Mountain View, and hampered access for Entergy Arkansas crews.
A winter storm dumped several inches of snow in areas and damaged equipment, including this power pole near Mountain View, and hampered access for Entergy Arkansas crews.
News > Storms
Winter storm causes 36,000 Entergy Arkansas customer outages
01/25/2023

Large amounts of snow along with strong wind gusts greatly impacted the north and northwest areas of the state, causing an estimated 36,000 Entergy Arkansas customer outages at its peak Wednesday morning. The weight of the winter precipitation felled trees, broke limbs, power lines and other equipment, and damage assessments are ongoing.

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Entergy Arkansas and the Little Rock fire fighters provided coats to 800 students through Operation Warm.
Entergy Arkansas and the Little Rock fire fighters provided coats to 800 students through Operation Warm.
News > Communities
Entergy Arkansas, Little Rock firefighters distribute coats in LRSD
12/21/2022

Entergy Arkansas and the Little Rock International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Local 34 partnered again this year to donate “Operation Warm” coats to hundreds of students in the Little Rock School District Wednesday, just as a cold front starts making its way into the company’s service territory and the students’ winter break begins.

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Forecasts call for freezing temperatures and gusty winds through the holiday weekend.
Forecasts call for freezing temperatures and gusty winds through the holiday weekend.
News > Customers, Safety, Storms
Entergy Arkansas prepped for freezing temps, high winds, precipitation through holidays
12/21/2022

Entergy Arkansas is prepared for the likelihood that winter weather will affect parts of the company’s service territory Thursday, Dec. 22, through Saturday, Dec. 24, with temperatures below freezing, strong winds and precipitation.

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Small steps can make your home more energy efficient, thereby lowering your usage, and saving money.
Small steps can make your home more energy efficient, thereby lowering your usage, and saving money.
News > Customers, Energy efficiency
Entergy Arkansas: Lower temps don’t have to mean higher bills
12/13/2022

Winter weather is upon us, with cold temperatures impacting the region, but that doesn’t mean your usage and electric bill must increase.

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Make holiday lighting and decoration safety part of your family traditions this season.
Make holiday lighting and decoration safety part of your family traditions this season.
Entergy Arkansas: Deck the halls safely this year
11/21/2022

Make safety part of your family traditions with these tips from Entergy Arkansas for lighting your home for holiday celebrations.

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Entergy Arkansas will allow its public and private sector customers to utilize regionally-sourced nuclear and renewables, including solar, hydro, or wind through MOU with the U.S. General Services Administration. Pictured are photovoltaic panels at Searcy Solar, a 100MW facility owned by Entergy Arkansas.
Entergy Arkansas will allow its public and private sector customers to utilize regionally-sourced nuclear and renewables, including solar, hydro, or wind through MOU with the U.S. General Services Administration. Pictured are photovoltaic panels at Searcy Solar, a 100MW facility owned by Entergy Arkansas.
News > Growth, Environment
Entergy Arkansas, U.S. government sign first MOU to work toward 24/7 carbon-free electricity
11/15/2022

Biden-Harris Administration announced the federal government’s first Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with a utility - Entergy Arkansas - to work toward achieving 100 percent carbon pollution-free electricity (CFE), at least 50 percent of which would be provided on a 24/7 basis.

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Beware of hidden dangers such as fallen power lines as you perform fall maintenance at your home.
Beware of hidden dangers such as fallen power lines as you perform fall maintenance at your home.
News > Customers, Safety
Entergy Arkansas: Stay safe with ‘around the house’ maintenance tips
10/13/2022

As the leaves turn and cooler weather approaches, experts agree now is the best time to perform improvements and check areas around your home that may need maintenance. Entergy Arkansas encourages customers to stay safe and consider following some safety tips when working inside and outside their home.

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Driver Solar Project will be the largest solar facility in the Entergy Arkansas portfolio.
Driver Solar Project will be the largest solar facility in the Entergy Arkansas portfolio.
News > Communities, Grid modernization, Growth, Environment
Entergy Arkansas announces 250-MW solar facility near Osceola
10/04/2022

The Arkansas Public Service Commission has approved the Entergy Arkansas Driver Solar Project, a new 250-megawatt AC (or 312 MW DC) renewable energy plant developed by Lightsource bp, which will be located on approximately 2,100 acres near Osceola in Mississippi County. Driver Solar will be the utility’s largest solar facility, capable of generating enough energy to power more than 40,000 homes.

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