Know the simple steps you can take to lower bills this summer
Entergy Arkansas encourages customers to enroll in payment plans before disconnection
Arkansans who are having trouble paying rent or utility bills due to COVID-19 can apply now for federal money to help cover costs incurred since April 2020, including Entergy Arkansas customers and others across the state.
Annual effort helps ensure and improve electric service reliability.
Annual report highlights the company’s preparedness to deliver critical services despite unprecedented challenges in 2020.
Entergy Louisiana is continuing to partner with regional organizations to help the state, including Greater Baton Rouge, grow through economic development.
We understand the impact COVID-19 continues to have on our customers and some may be facing tough financial times. There are some simple measures you can take to prevent impacts to your bill.
Chirping birds, blooming flowers and rising temperatures this week may lift spirits, but a whiff of something more ominous is also in the air: spring storm season.
Volunteers will help qualifying customers claim their Earned Income Tax Credits
The federal tax filing season through the Internal Revenue Service runs now through April 15, and low- to moderate-income Entergy Arkansas customers can receive free IRS-certified Volunteer Income Tax Assistance to ensure they are correctly filing returns for their greatest benefits.