For the first time in the company's history, renewable power has surpassed coal in energy production.
Entergy New Orleans is proud to announce its partnership with Feed the Second Line’s Get Lit, Stay Lit clean energy initiative. Entergy New Orleans’ contribution will fuel the organization’s mission of creating a robust safety net for local artists that prioritizes environmental resilience, renewable energy, and community empowerment.
Entergy Arkansas' Go ZERO tariff will allow Arkansas Steel Associates to cover 100 percent of their energy usage with clean and green energy offerings this year.
Commission approves approximately 225 megawatts of solar power to Entergy Louisiana’s generation portfolio.
Entergy Louisiana and Entergy New Orleans recently announced a partnership with The University of New Orleans and The Beach at UNO to develop an innovation program to further develop renewable energy in our region through an initiative called, the Louisiana Wind Energy Hub’s Wind Scholars Program.
Entergy Louisiana and Monarch Energy, a company known for its green hydrogen and electro-fuels projects, have signed a memorandum of understanding to help advance the energy infrastructure in South Louisiana.
The Arkansas Public Service Commission recently approved Go ZERO, a new offering that gives commercial and industrial customers customizable options for clean energy.
Lotte Chemical USA Corporation and Entergy Louisiana recently signed a memorandum of understanding, with the goal of working collaboratively to seek opportunities to reduce Lotte's scope 2 emissions.
Entergy continues to see significant business and industrial growth across its region over the next several years, said Chairman and CEO Drew Marsh, during the company’s 74th annual shareholders meeting that was held virtually today.