Entergy’s Louisiana companies recently provided $200,000 to Greater New Orleans, Inc. to support the organization’s economic development efforts in 10 south Louisiana parishes. The funds will be used to create business development, retention and environmental programs in the Greater New Orleans area.
Entergy Corporation announced today it is donating the 18th-century Governor Hunt House to the Friends of Vernon Center, a non-profit organization formed to revitalize the Town of Vernon.
Part of the company’s commitment of $350,000 toward the Imelda Relief Effort
Total Community Action Inc. and Louisiana Housing Corporation in partnership with Entergy New Orleans will launch Total Power, an innovative pilot program designed to protect and support the most vulnerable customers in New Orleans, by linking the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program with energy education and conservation, and with TCA’s self-sufficiency case management model.
The 2019 tax season represented a milestone for Entergy in Louisiana’s efforts to help low-income customers break the cycle of poverty. Since 2009, Entergy’s free Super Tax Day events have helped nearly 73,000 working families in Louisiana receive $126 million in Earned Income Tax Credit refunds.
Company to invest $57 million in project to attract economic development, improve reliability
Entergy New Orleans is committed to building partnerships with the community we serve. Recently, plans were finalized with the University of New Orleans for a solar installation, atop two buildings at the University, that will add 600-Kilowatts of clean energy to the New Orleans’ grid.
This Collaborative is the first-of-its-kind industry initiative focused on cross-sector solutions to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
A subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources (NYSE: NEE) and Entergy Arkansas (NYSE: ETR) today announced the start of construction of Arkansas’ largest universal, utility-scale solar energy project – the Chicot Solar Energy Center. The Chicot Solar Energy Center, when complete, will be bigger than the Stuttgart Solar Energy Center, which came online in 2018 as the state’s largest universal solar energy project at that time.