Entergy deal would phase out coal at 2 Ark. plants
A unit of Entergy Corp. said Friday it plans to stop using coal at two Arkansas power plants by the end of 2030 under an agreement that would end a legal clash with environmental critics.
Climate hawk prepares for lead role in energy capital
HOUSTON — An electoral tsunami swept through this flood-prone energy hub this month, carving a blue path for a climate-talking 27-year-old to become chief executive of Texas' most populous county.
Ariz. renewable measure fails as Nev. sees split decision
Voters in Arizona trounced a proposal to require more renewable energy yesterday, while Nevadans backed a similar measure but easily defeated a plan to usher in retail electric choice.
Scrutiny could imperil Entergy's New Orleans project
A proposed $210 million natural-gas-fired power station in New Orleans is looking less certain after two City Council members said they're willing to consider a new vote on the project.
New Orleans tees up $5M fine after critical report on Entergy
The New Orleans City Council is contemplating a $5 million fine against a unit of Entergy Corp. following a report on payments to people who acted like supporters of a natural gas-fired power project.