The Entergy Arkansas Entergy Solutions Programs have been awarded the prestigious ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the third year in a row for its exemplary commitment and dedication to energy efficiency.
Today officials with Mississippi County Economic Development and Entergy Arkansas announced completion of the utility’s Select Site certification for the Osceola Driver 130 industrial site, which sits on 130 acres near I-55, the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railway, and the Mississippi River.
Entergy Arkansas helped power stronger, healthier communities in in 2020 by contributing $1,075,608 to nearly 90 nonprofit organizations statewide. Coupled with 23,501 hours of volunteer service last year, the total impact is approximately $1.7 million.
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.
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.
Entergy Corporation, along with five other utilities, today announced a plan to ensure that electric vehicle drivers have access to a seamless network of charging stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast through the Midwest and South, and into the Gulf Coast and Central Plains regions.
Mandatory rolling outages took place last night about two hours and affected approximately 60,000 customers across the state, who experienced temporary outages ranging between 11 to 45 minutes.
Action requested due to demand potentially exceeding available generation
Entergy Arkansas customers are asked to voluntarily reduce their electricity usage, especially between 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. today due to the demand for electricity potentially exceeding the available generation.
High demand on system slows restoration times
Approximately 1,600 customers remained without power Sunday evening after about 7,000 were disrupted earlier in the day as winter weather blew across the state. Forecasts call for even more extreme temperatures, sleet, and snow this week, with an unprecedented demand for electricity likely.