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Lost Generation: Solar Power Shines Bright as Coal Plants Prepare to RetireLock Icon

New solar plants will help offset the loss of the two coal plants, which are set to close in 2028 and 2030. read more >
Leslie Rutledge
Energy / Government & Politics / Legal

Attorney General Leslie Rutledge Criticizes Deal to Idle Entergy Coal Plants

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge cast doubt Thursday on a pending legal settlement that would guarantee the shutdown of Entergy Arkansas' two coal-fired electricity generation plants over the next dozen years. 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 >
Entergy’s White Bluff coal plant in Redfield (Jefferson County) is the 42nd highest polluting power plant in the country, according to a study. 
Energy / Government & Politics

Sierra Club Asks Entergy to Shut Down White Bluff, Independence Plants

The Sierra Club on Tuesday released the “2016 Arkansas Clean Air Solution,” a plan to clean up air pollution from coal plants owned by Entergy Arkansas that outlines a solution to meet federal clean-air safeguards under the Regional Haze Rule. read more >
Hugh McDonald, CEO of Entergy Arkansas.
Construction / Energy / Investments / Manufacturing

Entergy Rolls With Industry Changes in Coal, Gas, Solar

In the past six years, Entergy Arkansas has made acquisitions that are part and parcel of a $2.4 billion investment in improvements in generation, distribution and transmission projects through 2017. read more >
Entergy’s White Bluff power plant near Redfield faces new EPA regulation. | (Photo by Wil Chandler)
Energy / Government & Politics / Manufacturing

EPA’s Clean Power Plan Fuels Carbon Debate

On June 2, the Environmental Protection Agency announced its Clean Power Plan. Environmentalists and power companies have split opinions on the agency's goals. read more >
Entergy’s White Bluff coal plant in Redfield (Jefferson County) is the 42nd highest polluting power plant in the country, according to a study. 
Energy / Government & Politics / Public Companies

Two Entergy Arkansas Coal Plants Ranked on List of Nation’s ‘Dirtiest’

A study ranking the nations’ 50 most polluting power plants is highlighting some of the issues electric industries in Arkansas and elsewhere are facing as environmental regulations change. read more >