Entergy Mississippi offers options to manage costs, get help with bills
There are many factors that can impact your utility bills, including the summer heat, which often sends us lowering the temperature on our thermostat and pushing the air conditioner into overdrive. Remember, taking steps like this to stay cool on the hottest days of the year can significantly increase your electricity usage and, subsequently, your bill.
Signs of summer are already here: longer days, fresh garden vegetables, road trips and blazing temperatures. The hot and humid weather can drive up your energy use, but you – and your electric bill – can avoid the burn without sacrificing comfort.
Avoid the burn of higher bills with simple energy-saving solutions
Many Entergy Arkansas teammates spend hours outside each day and working in extreme heat can pose special health and safety hazards. Recognizing signs of heat illnesses can save lives.
Know the simple steps you can take to lower bills this summer
Some simple steps can offset the higher usage, higher bills that come with Southern temps
The mercury is beginning its climb up the thermometer, and you can bet it will be a good long while before it begins to retreat. Don't let your electric bills climb with it. By taking steps to be more energy-efficient, your air conditioner will run less and that, in turn, will help keep your electricity bill down.