Danny Games, CEcD, Director, Business & Economic Development, Entergy Arkansas
As a young congressional aide working on Capitol Hill in 1993, I watched Ross Perot and Vice President Al Gore on Larry King Live debating the risks and merits of a North American Free Trade Agreement. Not long thereafter, NAFTA was approved by Congress and phased in accordingly.
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 …
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 …
Originally posted on Arkansas Economic Development Commission
Mississippi County in Arkansas is the fourth-largest steel-producing county in the United States, and local leaders are taking the initiative to ensure the growing steel industry in Arkansas has the workforce it needs for today and tomorrow.