This month, 20 representatives from Entergy, alongside our invaluable community partners and customers, joined advocates in Washington, D.C. to participate in LIHEAP Action Day. Our team visited 24 congressional offices, conveying the profound impact that LIHEAP funds have on our vulnerable customers and communities.
Bringing a large company like AWS to Mississippi not only creates new job opportunities for our customers and their families, but bill reduction opportunities as well.
Recently, Entergy employees came together to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by participating in a series of events across our service areas to support our communities in need.
Entergy's participation in the AABE Energy Policy Summit allowed us to be part of this important industry-wide conversation while also giving us the opportunity to share information about our work and the importance of federal funding to help our communities become more resilient, sustainable and equitable through the clean energy transition.
Entergy Electric Mobility Portfolio Manager Scott Barrios joined The Current podcast by We Stand for Energy, for a discussion on the state of electric transportation. We Stand for Energy is a community that supports reliable, affordable and sustained energy for everyone.
As part of our commitment to environmental stewardship, social responsibility and meeting our customer needs, Entergy has been a longtime supporter of Ducks Unlimited, one of the world’s largest wetland and waterfowl conservation organizations.
Hurricanes, tornadoes and winter ice storms are often described as “having a mind of their own,” but advanced planning and training makes the overall response as immediate and efficient as possible.
With the start of the new year, Entergy Arkansas is already hard at work wrapping up another reliability project to improve service to its customers.
The future is bright for our state, and our economic development team is working every day to bring in new projects for growth.