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Searcy Solar Energy Center

Kurt Castleberry, vice president and director of resource management at Entergy Arkansas, says the state has transmission and fuel diversity advantages over Texas, where the power grid came within minutes of collapse in February.
Construction / Energy / Government & Politics / Manufacturing

Entergy Follows The Sun, Along With U.S. Steel

With war in Ukraine driving a global energy crisis, Entergy Arkansas Inc. has turned to the sun exclusively for new electricity generation. read more >
A solar panel at the Searcy Solar Energy Center
Construction / Energy / Public Companies

Searcy Solar, State’s Largest Array With Storage, Goes Online

The energy center adds 100 megawatts to Entergy's solar operations. read more >
Construction / Government & Politics

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 >