Entergy Mississippi has appointed new customer service managers to four areas within its service territory. Combined, the new managers will work with distribution teams in their respective areas to support communities in and around Vicksburg, Pearl, Greenville and Brookhaven.
Ahead of the seasonal switch, Mississippi has declared Feb. 11-17, Severe Weather Preparedness Week. Entergy Mississippi is encouraging customers to observe the week by making a plan, keeping a kit, and staying informed.
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Freezing temperatures are expected to impact Mississippi next week, kicking heaters and energy consumption into high gear. Fortunately, Entergy Mississippi customers can stay warm while managing energy usage and costs by making their homes more energy efficient.
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In 2022, Entergy Mississippi helped secure $808 million in capital investments and create nearly 1,050 new jobs within Mississippi.
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As fun and gratifying as these activities can be, no one wants them to result in an accident or injury. Entergy Mississippi has some helpful tips for staying safe throughout the season.
Entergy Mississippi has named new leaders responsible for reliability and customer service in the company’s southern region – which spans in and around Vicksburg, Clinton, Brookhaven and Natchez. Jerry Wilson Jr., Curnis Upkins III, and Mike Farrell are taking on new roles to power these communities.