The program offers a list of 180-day development-ready …
February 22, 2018
John S. Tarver, CEcD, Senior Manager, Business Development, Entergy Texas
In Entergy’s four-state service area, job growth in the metal fabrication industry cluster is projected to outpace the U.S. by 3.5 percent. For Texas alone, that projection is even higher at 4.3 percent.
What makes Texas such a sought-after location for the metal fabrication industry? For starters, a large pool of …
December 18, 2017
John Christopher Neel, Project Manager – Entergy Senior Staff
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, …
September 25, 2017
Pamela Webster, GIS Tech, Sr.
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 …
August 21, 2017
Robert Guillot, P.E., Senior Project Manager, Engineering Technical Services
The saying “seeing is believing” explains why video is one of the best ways you can – in just a matter of minutes – see if an industrial site or building, along with its community and resources, might be the perfect match for your business.
Videos are a very effective part …
August 8, 2017
Sam Richardson, Manager, Business Development
Looking for a new location for a company is like looking for a new home for a family. Some of the considerations are the same—is the new site or facility big enough for a growing company? Is the property the right price? How about the neighborhood? Where are the nearest …
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: