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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 >
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 >
Entergy Arkansas received regulator approval for a 100-megawatt solar array, known as Searcy Solar. The array, similar to one in this file photo, will also be the first by a utility in Arkansas to feature battery storage, 10 megawatts' worth.
Government & Politics

Entergy Promotes a Revised Solar Purchase Option, Expecting PSC Approval

Just weeks after state regulators rejected an Entergy Arkansas plan to sell solar power at lower rates to customers like cities, counties and school districts, Arkansas' largest electric utility has submitted a revised plan for approval. read more >
Entergy Arkansas received regulator approval for a 100-megawatt solar array, known as Searcy Solar. The array, similar to one in this file photo, will also be the first by a utility in Arkansas to feature battery storage, 10 megawatts' worth.
Construction

Entergy Gets OK for Large Solar Farm in Searcy

The Arkansas Public Service Commission grants Entergy Arkansas' application for a major 100-megawatt solar project near Searcy that would be the state’s largest utility solar farm. read more >
Gov. Asa Hutchinson, Entergy Arkansas Inc. CEO Rick Riley and others at the commissioning of the Stuttgart Solar Energy Center in Almyra (Arkansas County).
Construction / Energy

Governor Ushers In Stuttgart Solar; PSC Chief Sees Contract as Template

"If you can follow this, you don't have to wonder if your project is going to be approved," Arkansas PSC Chairman Ted Thomas said. "We want developers and utilities to know that if they fit in this box, they're going to be good to go." read more >