Thanksgiving is going to be a little cozier this year for more than 20 families whose homes were recently weatherized or repaired by nearly 300 Entergy Corporation employee volunteers and community partners.
You're invited to experience Entergy's power to care.
Entergy Corporation and its charitable foundation have donated approximately $19.5 million to nonprofit groups helping rebuild the physical, intellectual and cultural assets of post-Katrina New Orleans and the surrounding region.
A coalition of politicians, customer advocates and utility employees this week called for Congress to fully fund the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program in the next federal budget and expand the program so more money is available to help pay summer cooling bills.
As record summer heat waves deliver higher energy bills to homes nationwide, customer advocates are heading to Congress Wednesday to urge continued strong funding for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.
Entergy has released its 2009 sustainability report, Not By Chance: Applying Our Strengths, which highlights the company's environmental, social and economic performance for the year.
Entergy Corporation received the National Fuel Funds Network's 2010 Corporate Excellence Award today for its work fighting poverty and helping its low-income customers.
An advanced solar panel array was unveiled Friday at Joseph A. Craig Elementary School, the second project of a partnership between Entergy Corporation, Nike Corporation, Winrock International, the Louisiana Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council and the city of New Orleans.
More than 50 nonprofit groups have been awarded approximately $1.3 million in grants from the Entergy Charitable Foundation, including one funding a new initiative to educate children about climate change.