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Kerri Jackson Case Has Windstream on Her MindLock Icon

Kerri Jackson Case is still fluent in English, sarcasm and profanity, as she proudly proclaims on Twitter, but she’s no longer a senior communications specialist at Entergy Arkansas. read more >
AEV Solar of Little Rock is a new player in the commercial solar market. Left to right are  Jonathan Garcia, Jaimin Vashi, Kevin Mach, Corey Stafford and John Ekdahl. Vashi, Mach and Ekdahl are partners in the firm.
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High Noon for Solar Costs in Arkansas?Lock Icon

The sun never sets on Arkansas’ solar power pricing battle, it seems, but a swirl of cases before Arkansas regulators and a major ruling in Louisiana favoring Entergy Inc. suggest a reckoning may be near. read more >
Crews from the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas working to restore power in the wake of Hurricane Michael.

Entergy, Electric Co-Ops, Swepco Crews Help in Hurricane Zone

As cleanup continues after one of the worst hurricanes in Florida Panhandle history, line crews from Entergy Arkansas and the state’s electric cooperatives are helping to restore power after more than 2.3 million customers lost electricity in Florida and Georgia. read more >
Entergy crews in Louisiana gather to head east. Entergy Arkansas is sending 100 distribution line workers and support help as Hurricane Florence bears down on the coast of North Carolina.

Arkansas Power Crews Head East to Help as Florence Arrives

Entergy Arkansas and the state's electric power cooperatives are offering a pre-emptive hand as Hurricane Florence bears down on the coast of North Carolina. read more >
Energy / Government & Politics

Amid Clean Air Debate, Entergy To Halt Coal-Burning at Redfield in 2028

A state agency has finalized new regulations covering emissions standards for power plants in Arkansas, drawing objections from environmentalists who say the rules are weak, and revealing in the details that Entergy Arkansas will cease to burn coal at its plant in Redfield in 2028. read more >
Gov. Mike Beebe and Grant Tennille, executive director of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission, hint that the first batch of good news from a European trade mission should be landing soon.
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Following the Money Fueling Opposition to Wind CatcherLock Icon

While a single wind project won’t seal the fate of America’s energy markets, resistance to Southwestern Electric Power Co.’s Wind Catcher project comes in conjunction with support for coal and nuclear power at the highest levels of American government. read more >
Asa Hutchinson (file)
Energy / Government & Politics

Governor Asks PSC to Pass On Benefit of Tax Cut

Gov. Asa Hutchinson said in a letter Thursday that the Arkansas Public Service Commission should, “as expeditiously as possible, take whatever steps are necessary to pass the benefit of the corporate tax cut to Arkansas families and businesses in the form of lower utility rates." read more >
Seal Energy Solutions CEO Josh Davenport and President and COO Heather Nelson flank DeWitt farmer Tom Jacobs. Seal installed a solar array to help power Jacobs’ farm operations.
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PSC to Rule on Utility Rates in Solar Energy ShowdownLock Icon

A yearlong debate over the value of self-generated electricity in Arkansas is boiling down to a duel in the sun. read more >
Linemen for the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas head east to help areas affected by Hurricane Irma.
Construction / Energy / Public Companies

Entergy, AECC, SWEPCO Send Crews to Hurricane Zone

When Hurricane Irma ripped into Florida on Sunday, cutting off electric power to more than 6 million homes and businesses, Rob Roedel was rallying a rescue party, but he also found himself thinking about an ice storm. read more >
Roby Brock
Media & Marketing

Talk Business Arkansas Expands to NWA

Roby Brock’s Talk Business Arkansas brand is expanding into northwest Arkansas. The expansion of the magazine, radio, TV and Web product was announced on the company’s website in July. Along with the expansion come several changes at the company. read more >