When monster storms and other extreme weather events ravage cities and towns, the electric power industry’s mutual assistance network can be counted on to respond in force, working together to bring communities back to life.
Entergy was awarded the Best Economic Opportunity and Empowerment Program for its outreach efforts to communicate with low-income customers about resources and assistance available to pay their utility bills.
U.S. Department of Labor recognizes Entergy’s commitment to recruiting and retaining veterans.
Thirty-four attorneys and law students, including Entergy counsel from seven offices, supported a virtual legal clinic created and organized by Entergy, answering questions submitted to freelegalanswers.org by low-income community members throughout Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.
Entergy's Chairman and CEO Leo Denault participated in an executive panel discussion on the pivotal role American electric utilities will play in providing a clean energy future for everyone.
Despite the challenges 2020 presented, Entergy continued to play an integral role for the Gulf Coast region by helping secure $12.9 billion of capital investment and supporting the creation of more than 7,572 new jobs for Entergy’s communities.
Entergy’s utility operating companies provide electricity at some of the lowest rates in the country to retail customers in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.
Building electrical infrastructure strong enough to withstand the increased intensity and frequency of storms is an important decision that must include input from customers, regulators and government policymakers. Decisions must balance reliability, affordability and sustainability.
By relying on Entergy’s electricity grid to power vessels, our customers can reduce fuel use of vessels in port with cleaner, inexpensive Entergy electricity.