Transition to be effective in August
The team comes together amid the company’s centennial, emphasizing Entergy’s strong legacy in Mississippi and unique industry position to grow sustainable value for its stakeholders.
This summer, Entergy Mississippi launched a series of measures through its “Beat the Heat” program focused on helping low-income customers and communities stay cool and pay their bills.
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Transitions are critical to company’s continued success
We thank you for your patience as restoration efforts continue. As of 9 a.m., we have less than 3,100 customers remaining without power.
The restoration efforts are continuing and with good weather today, progressing well. Restoration continues and as of 8:30 p.m., we have 19,841 customers remaining without power.
A workforce of 2,000 is restoring power as storms keep striking the service area
Entergy Mississippi customers will see a decrease in their electric rates beginning in the July billing cycle. The typical residential customer using 1,000 kilowatt hours per month will pay $136.80 beginning in July, down $7.08 from June.