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Montgomery County Power Station Achieves Commercial Operation
01/12/2021

The plant will provide clean, affordable and reliable energy to Entergy Texas customers.

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News > Communities, Environment
City of NOLA, Entergy New Orleans Launch Resident Survey for Public EV Charging Locations
01/12/2021

The City of New Orleans, in partnership with Entergy New Orleans, is launching a survey to collect public input on future electric vehicle charging station locations. All residents are encouraged to participate, especially current or future owners of an electric vehicle (EV) and business owners in Orleans Parish.

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Grand Gulf provided a $13,600 grant to CARES in support  of its Celebrating Community Unity Christmas Event.  Pictured left to right: GMPO Brad Wertz, RAPID Rob Melton  and CARES President Linda Ory
Grand Gulf provided a $13,600 grant to CARES in support of its Celebrating Community Unity Christmas Event. Pictured left to right: GMPO Brad Wertz, RAPID Rob Melton and CARES President Linda Ory
News > Communities
Grand Gulf Values Community Partnerships, Spreads Holiday Cheer
12/22/2020

From hosting food drives to providing gifts for families in need, Grand Gulf Nuclear Station team members gathered to spread the spirit of giving this holiday season.

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News > Communities, Employees
Entergy Helps Local Partners Fight Community Hunger in Louisiana
12/21/2020

Entergy has worked tirelessly throughout 2020 to support Louisiana communities beyond keeping the lights on and the gas safely flowing, and the company is continuing those efforts this holiday season.

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News > Communities, Customers
Entergy Mississippi Helps Communities with $1.3 Million in Grants in 2020
12/14/2020

Shareholders gave $221,000 in third quarter charitable contributions to nonprofit groups

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Entergy Arkansas Business and Economic Development Director Danny Games addresses the Zoom audience.
Entergy Arkansas Business and Economic Development Director Danny Games addresses the Zoom audience.
News > Communities
Entergy Arkansas, ADE Partner for Online Career and Technical Education Courses
12/08/2020

In a year when remote learning has become more important than ever, representatives of Entergy Arkansas and the Arkansas Department of Education announced today a $482,000 grant that will be used to develop 20 new Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses that will be available to high school students and adults next fall.

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ENTERGY ARKANSAS REPS PRESENT GRANT AWARD FOR RUSSELLVILLE SELECT SITE CERTIFCATION
ENTERGY ARKANSAS REPS PRESENT GRANT AWARD FOR RUSSELLVILLE SELECT SITE CERTIFCATION
News > Communities, Growth
Russellville Completes Second Entergy Arkansas ‘Select Site’ Certification
12/04/2020

Entergy Arkansas works with communities to implement an assessment tool that allows communities to certify their sites and communicate the prepared status to the Arkansas Economic Development Commission, site location consultants and company decision makers.

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Three students at Meadowcliff Elementary visit with Superintendent Mike Poore after receiving their new coats.
Three students at Meadowcliff Elementary visit with Superintendent Mike Poore after receiving their new coats.
News > Communities
Little Rock Firefighters, Entergy Arkansas Provide Coats for Kids
12/02/2020

The students at Meadowcliff Elementary and Wakefield Elementary are winter-ready, thanks to a partnership between the Local Firefighters Union 34 and Entergy Arkansas. Through a project called “Operation Warm,” firefighters and Entergy Arkansas are outfitting students in pre-K through fifth grade at the two public schools with new winter coats.

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News > Communities
Entergy Helps Power Louisiana Communities with $5.4 Million in Grants
12/02/2020

Entergy Corporation and the Entergy Charitable Foundation have helped power stronger, healthier and more vibrant communities in Louisiana by contributing more than $5.4 million to nearly 500 nonprofit organizations in the state from July through September of this year.

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