Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) reported a fourth quarter 2018 loss per share of (36) cents on an as-reported basis and earnings per share of 60 cents on an operational basis (non-GAAP), which excludes the effects of special items.
Three experienced Entergy leaders will move into new roles as the company evolves
Three experienced Entergy leaders will move into new roles as the company continues evolving into the utility of the future
The shovels hitting the dirt this morning marked a new chapter for reliable, affordable energy across Southeast Texas. Entergy executives, elected officials and community leaders gathered to celebrate a groundbreaking marking the ceremonial start of construction on the Montgomery County Power Station.
February 18-22 is Mississippi Severe Weather Preparedness Week
Arkansas high school seniors can now apply for the Oscar Washington Jr., Educational Fund Scholarship, which will award a minimum of seven $1,000 scholarships to college-bound high school students. Scholarships will be awarded to students pursuing a degree at a four-year college and will be based on academic achievement, financial need and volunteer service.
Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) will report fourth quarter earnings results before market open on Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019, and host a teleconference at 10:00 a.m. CT that day to discuss the earnings announcement and the company’s financial performance.
Chris Brown has been promoted to director of Entergy Arkansas Distribution Operations Central Region. Brown replaces Michael Considine, who was promoted to vice president, customer service for Entergy Arkansas. Brown has served most recently as line supervisor for the Jacksonville network.
Where empty commercial rooftops once stood, shiny new panels are capturing the power of the sun and putting it directly on the electric distribution grid for the benefit of all customers. Entergy New Orleans has made significant progress in constructing its 5 megawatt commercial-scale rooftop solar pilot project, which was approved by the New Orleans City Council in June 2018.
Recognition honors efforts to help other utilities affected by Hurricane Florence