by Shannon Cay
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Customers of Entergy Arkansas will see their power bill drop starting in March.
According to a press release from the energy incorporation, its annual spring cost adjustments went down, offsetting their current base rates.
The CEO of Entergy Arkansas, Hugh McDonald, says this is thanks to efficient operations of both Entergy employees and the combined-cycle natural-gas plants.
He says customers will notice a little over seven dollars of a difference per thousand kilowatt-hour. The Entergy subsidiary for Arkansas serves over 700-thousand customers in 62 counties including Boone, Carroll, Newton, and Marion counties.