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Entergy Arkansas Inc.'s Little Rock headquarters.

EPA Honors Entergy Arkansas’ Power Efficiency Programs

The EPA honors Entergy Arkansas, the state's largest electric utility, for its promotion of energy efficiency among its 700,000 Arkansas customers. read more >
Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corp. has required copious computer upgrades for the transition to new market systems. 

Entergy Arkansas, Swepco Collect Efficiency Awards in Washington

Entergy and Southwest Electric Power Co. are once again Energy Stars. The two power companies both claimed Partner of the Year Awards for energy efficiency programs serving residential customers. read more >
Business Services / Energy / Manufacturing / Small Business

Utilities’ Programs Offer Businesses Incentives for Saving Energy

Energy is money, and businesses in Arkansas are saving both by taking advantage of energy-efficiency programs sponsored by the state’s electric and gas utility companies. read more >
Paul James of Curtis Stout and Carl Jones from Union Plaza by the computer used to program the lights. One of the LEDs is visible outside the window.
Business Services / Construction / Energy / Media & Marketing / Tourism

Seeing Green in LEDs: Technology, Efficiency Driving Increased Sales of Lights

Colorful lights on the Union Plaza Building or the Arkansas River bridges in downtown Little Rock are the latest installations in a series of energy efficiency projects that allow businesses to cash in by making short-term investments in lighting. read more >