As the temperatures have dropped, chances are your electric bill has not. It takes a lot of energy to make a home comfortable when there is a huge difference between inside and outside temperatures.
ANO Site VP moves to Entergy fleet role. Local ANO leaders are promoted.
Entergy Corporation’s shareholders are helping protect the environment by contributing more than $1 million to 14 partnering organizations, including three in the Entergy Arkansas service area.
Save money and conserve energy with inflatables, timers, and LED bulbs
One of the biggest demands on the power grid begins each year on Thanksgiving Day and the following weekend, when people power up their ovens and begin putting up holiday decorations and turning on scores of additional lights.
Cooler temperatures are beginning to settle in the state, and some Entergy Arkansas customers may have already turned on their heaters to take the chill out of the air. While choosing what temperature to set the thermostat, keep in mind that heating your home uses more energy than cooling it.
Daylight Saving Time comes to an end this weekend, and National Road Safety Foundation studies prove auto accidents increase after the clocks fall back an hour.
Team Serves Existing Industrial Customers, Recruits New Businesses
Entergy Arkansas officials recently announced Katherine Holmstrom will join the Business and Economic Development group as a project manager.
Entergy Arkansas representatives will be on hand to discuss career opportunities at the Malvern Job Fair at ASU-Three Rivers CAST Building at 829 MLK Blvd. in Malvern Sept. 8 and 9 from 6-8 p.m. both evenings.
Many Entergy Arkansas teammates spend hours outside each day and working in extreme heat can pose special health and safety hazards. Recognizing signs of heat illnesses can save lives.