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BATON ROUGE, La. – Entergy Louisiana provided a $180,000 grant to the Baton Rouge Area Chamber as part of the company’s efforts to support regional economic development across the state.
Entergy’s investment …
One of the primary concerns in business location and expansion is mitigating risk. Entergy Mississippi Economic Development Qualified Site Program is designed to assist businesses to go from concept to operations quickly and efficiently. The program combines specific due diligence, accurate costs and timelines along with a demonstrated ability to …
Originally posted on Arkansas, Inc.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson, the Chief Economic Officer, wasted little time in setting the tone at the top.
On day one in office, Hutchinson began making phone calls to CEOs of businesses to convince them that Arkansas is the best place to call home.
Last month Entergy New Orleans reached a milestone approval for an innovative urban solar energy solution – a $15 million project to construct 5 MW in aggregate of utility-owned, distributed-scale solar photovoltaic systems.
Secured by long-term leases, these systems will be located on customer-owned rooftops across New Orleans. Entergy New Orleans …
Originally posted on New Orleans CityBusiness
Cloud-based software company Accruent has included New Orleans in a global expansion plan.
The company said it will be hiring 65 employees and opening a new office in New Orleans on June 26.
One of the first, most important questions large industrial businesses ask before expanding in our region is: What will my rate be?
Getting the best answer – the most favorable rate – requires collaboration between the business customer and Entergy’s Contract Support team. Together we consider a potential customer’s energy needs, …
When a developer is considering a commercial project, such as a strip mall or a residential subdivision, and has a question about providing power or what utility company has the right to serve the project, who can they call? In Louisiana, they can rely on Entergy’s New Construction Services Team.
Originally posted on Talk Business & Politics
Gov. Asa Hutchinson and the Arkansas Economic Development Commission on March 26 unveiled a new initiative designed to aid local communities to recruit and successfully compete for new job prospects and economic development dollars.
Hutchinson and AEDC Director Mike Preston launched the newly created …