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Searcy Solar, Largest Array With Storage in State, to Turn Dirt Next Month

Entergy Arkansas and NextEra Energy Resources will start construction next month on what will be the state’s largest sun power array with battery storage, a 100-megawatt plant in White County. read more >

Entergy Plugs Into Chicot Solar, Now State’s Largest Array

Entergy Arkansas plugs into its second major solar power facility, a 350,000-panel array near Lake Village that is now the largest in Arkansas. read more >
Matt Bell, partner in Entegrity of Little Rock, foresees more distributed generation of electric power in the future, and expects a boom in solar projects to continue across Arkansas.
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Future of Arkansas Solar Starting to ClearLock Icon

Recent rulings in a five-year regulatory battle over solar energy policy in Arkansas leave two conclusions as sure as the sun rising in the east: More solar arrays are coming, and the fight over who will build them goes on. read more >
Entergy Arkansas Inc.'s Little Rock headquarters.

Entergy Corp. Pledges Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050

As renewable power surpasses coal as a U.S. energy source, Entergy Corp. of New Orleans is committing to cut power-production carbon emissions to zero within 30 years, and is teaming with Mitsubishi Power in Arkansas and three other states as part of that effort. read more >
Laura Landreaux, president & CEO of Entergy Arkansas Inc.
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Entergy to Match State’s Largest Solar Array, This Time in Lee County

Entergy Arkansas, the state’s largest electric utility, is planning one of the state’s largest solar power stations, Walnut Bend Solar, near Brinkley along Interstate 40 in Lee County. read more >