Entergy has embraced social responsibility, investing millions in worker …
November 27, 2017
Originally posted on Greater Baton Rouge Business Report
Maps of the Largest Industrial Projects Driving Growth in South Louisiana.
Louisiana industrial projects announced or proposed since Jan.1, 2014, with projected capital investment of $25 million and above.
This article …
September 25, 2017
Pamela Webster, Site Selection Center Specialist, Entergy Corporate Business Development
Site selection is one of the most critical decisions your business can make, and Entergy’s new, high-powered tool is up to the task. Our Site Selection Center, Buildings & Sites, is easy and intuitive to navigate. Among thousands of properties across Entergy’s four-state service area, your top matches are quickly …
September 6, 2017
For 10 years running, Site Selection magazine has named Entergy as one of the nation’s Top 10 utilities in economic development. The award is due in large part to the integral role Entergy played in supporting projects that resulted in nearly $27.5 billion of capital investment and the creation of …
August 1, 2017
Eduardo ‘Ed’ Jimenez, Director, Business & Economic Development, Entergy Louisiana
If you want to expand your business, an Economic Development (ED) team can help you in ways you may never have expected. Don’t wait to call on them, and don’t limit what you ask to what you think they know. The more information you can share about your goals and …
June 21, 2017
Puneesh Goel, Senior Manager, Commodity Market Analysis
Twenty years ago, Michael Porter, a Harvard Business School professor, published a groundbreaking article entitled “Clusters and the New Economics of Competition.” In an increasingly globalized economy where goods and services could theoretically be produced anywhere, he wondered why industries clustered in specific locations.
The reasons he found were compelling:
June 21, 2017
Steve Pilgrim, Director, Business & Economic Development, Entergy Texas
If you’re considering relocating or expanding an industrial operation, one of the first things you need to know is how your plant will be powered. And when you talk to us at Entergy, you’ll have four critical questions:
Do you have the capacity for my operations?
Do you have redundancy …