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Entergy Texas completes project to improve service reliability in Port Arthur
02/07/2024

The project consisted of infrastructure upgrades to help withstand extreme weather events as strong as a Category 4 hurricane.

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Campuses for the $10 billion project will be located at two sites in Madison County, one being the Megasite pictured.
Campuses for the $10 billion project will be located at two sites in Madison County, one being the Megasite pictured.
News > Communities, Customers, Growth
Historic $10B planned investment to benefit Entergy Mississippi customers
01/25/2024

Amazon Web Services’ plans will support long-term power reliability, affordability

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Left to right: Stuart Barrett, Entergy Texas vice president of customer service; Scott Hutchinson, Entergy Texas vice president of public affairs; Eliecer Viamontes, Entergy Texas president and CEO; Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar; William Powell, Entergy Texas plant manager (MCPS); Earl Bell, Entergy Texas maintenance team lead (MCPS). 
Left to right: Stuart Barrett, Entergy Texas vice president of customer service; Scott Hutchinson, Entergy Texas vice president of public affairs; Eliecer Viamontes, Entergy Texas president and CEO; Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar; William Powell, Entergy Texas plant manager (MCPS); Earl Bell, Entergy Texas maintenance team lead (MCPS). 
News > Leadership, Energy efficiency
Texas Comptroller visits Montgomery County Power Station during Good for Texas Tour: Energy Edition
11/14/2023

The Montgomery County Power Station is a state-of-the-art natural gas power plant that provides 993 megawatts of clean, affordable and efficient energy to power over 184,000 homes.

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News > Grid modernization
Entergy New Orleans selected for $55M federal grant from Department of Energy
10/18/2023

Grid Resilience and Innovation Partnerships Funds to improve New Orleans community resilience

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News > Grid modernization
Entergy New Orleans announces "Operation: Gridiron," making New Orleans grid stronger
10/17/2023

Proposed $1B investment will cut outage times by half

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(L-R) Wilson, Upkins, Farrell
(L-R) Wilson, Upkins, Farrell
News > Leadership, Employees
Entergy Mississippi’s southern region customers are in good hands
10/13/2023

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.

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Crews replace wooden transmission poles in Hollandale
Crews replace wooden transmission poles in Hollandale
News > Grid modernization
Entergy Mississippi replaces more than 1,000 wooden transmission poles
10/09/2023

The replacement of the wood structures represents the majority of a $28 million annual investment Entergy Mississippi is making to harden the grid. So far, more than 1,000 aged wood structures have been replaced.

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from top, L-R) Moore, Upkins, Love, Stewart, Farrell
from top, L-R) Moore, Upkins, Love, Stewart, Farrell
News > Leadership, Employees
Entergy Mississippi’s central region customers are in good hands
10/06/2023

Entergy Mississippi has named new leaders responsible for reliability and customer service in the company’s central region – which spans in and around the cities of Jackson and Kosciusko as well as, Madison and Rankin counties. Richie Moore, Curnis Upkins III, Victoria Love, Leigh Ann Stewart, and Mike Farrell are taking on new roles to power these communities.

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(from top, L-R) Woullard, Chamberlin, Gabbert, Stewart, Tharp, Hood, Farrell
(from top, L-R) Woullard, Chamberlin, Gabbert, Stewart, Tharp, Hood, Farrell
News > Leadership, Employees
Entergy Mississippi’s northern region customers are in good hands
09/29/2023

Entergy Mississippi has named new leaders responsible for reliability and customer service in the company’s northern region – which spans in and around Southaven, Senatobia, Grenada Cleveland and Greenville. Darrell Woullard Jr., Dane Chamberlin, Amy Gabbert, Leigh Ann Stewart, Lindsey Tharp, Lloyd Hood, and Mike Farrell are taking on new roles to power these communities.

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