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Powering a new day
2014 Integrated Report

Powering a New Day

How Entergy is creating brighter
opportunities for our owners, customers, employees and communities

Canal St. Ferry Terminal
New Orleans, La.

Jonesboro, Arkansas Morning is breaking – and with it, a new era of opportunity in northeast Arkansas

Jonesboro, ArkansasA Partner in Progress

Tim Burttram is one of thousands of construction and manufacturing employees newly hired across the region. Tim and his wife, Dawn, recently relocated to Arkansas, where Tim joins the Big River Steel plant in Osceola. At $1.3 billion, it’s the single largest private investment in state history. And it’s just one example of the industrial renaissance driving regional growth. Entergy is proud to be a partner in creating economic progress in our communities.

Buchanan, New YorkToday's Top Performers

Committed to mission success, safety-focused, a top performer – meet Mike Wright, a combat veteran, Army National Guard member and electrical maintenance superintendent at Entergy’s Indian Point Energy Center. Mike is one of the many military veterans on the Entergy team – men and women whose leadership skills make us better.

Montrose, New YorkSustainably Delicious

Fresh, delicious treats from Cole’s Market will put a smile on your face. To keep their customers smiling, Cole's Market needs reliable electricity, today and every day. Entergy’s nearby Indian Point Energy Center supplies an average 25 percent of the power for New York City and the Westchester County area through nuclear generation that is safe, reliable, low cost and virtually emissions free.

New Orleans, LouisianaTeam-Built College Success

Posse Scholars gather in New Orleans to prepare for their roles as college freshmen — which they will be in just a few months. Entergy is a strong supporter of the innovative Posse Foundation, which selects high school students for full tuition scholarships at prestigious institutions and trains them to work together to succeed at the next level.

Chef Menteur, LouisianaBringing Back the Barrier

The marshes of the New Orleans East Land Bridge have an essential role to play. When healthy, they provide a barrier that helps protect Louisiana residents, businesses and vital infrastructure from damaging hurricanes and storm surges. We’re partnering with organizations and their specialists in coastal resiliency, such as Matt Conn at SEG Environmental, to undertake the largest privately funded marsh restoration project on the Gulf Coast.

New Orleans, LouisianaShining a Light for Customers

Power is essential to our customers’ quality of life, including safe and secure homes and businesses. In addition to providing reliable power at a low cost, Entergy offers energy education to customers on topics including energy efficiency and security. As a major supporter of Night Out Against Crime, we partner with neighborhood groups and law enforcement to spotlight crime prevention resources such as security lighting. These events build closer bonds between neighbors and those who protect them.

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