By participating in Entergy Arkansas' Continuous Energy Improvement Initiative (CEI), Planters has saved over $1 million in energy usage.
As temperatures rise across the state, residents are encouraged to take steps to make their homes more energy efficient.
Entergy Arkansas’ partnership with a local plastics plant is helping save both energy and money. Polyethylene Containers, Inc. has received nearly $1 million dollars in incentives as part of the Entergy Solutions Commercial and Industrial Program.
Entergy Arkansas is working with the City of Little Rock to ensure neighborhoods are build back better and stronger after the March 31 tornado.
Entergy Solutions announces appliance recycling program, helping residential customers replace outdated refrigerators and freezers.
Entergy Arkansas recently awarded Bryant School District $43,328.61 in incentives to support the implementation of energy-efficiency projects and operational changes in 2020 and 2021 through its Entergy Solutions Program, which resulted in an estimated annuals savings of more than $38,000 for the district.
The Entergy Arkansas Entergy Solutions Point of Purchase Solutions (POPS) Program recently received the 2022 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy.
As the temperatures have dropped, chances are your electric bill has not. It takes a lot of energy to make a home comfortable when there is a huge difference between inside and outside temperatures.
Some simple steps can offset the higher usage, higher bills that come with Southern temps