Company Overview of Entergy Mississippi, Inc.
Entergy Mississippi, Inc. generates, transmits, distributes, and sells electric power primarily to retail and wholesale customers in Mississippi. The company owns and leases gas/oil and coal power plants. As of May 6, 2014, it served approximately 441,000 customers in 45 counties. The company was founded in 1927 and is based in Jackson, Mississippi. Entergy Mississippi, Inc. is a subsidiary of Entergy Corporation.
308 East Pearl Street
Jackson, MS 39201
Founded in 1927
Key Executives for Entergy Mississippi, Inc.
Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President and Director
Group President of Utility Operations, Director, Chairman of System Energy Resources Inc, Chief Executive Officer of System Energy Resources Inc, President of System Energy Resources, Inc,
Chairman of Entergy Corporation and Chief Executive Officer of Entergy Corporation
Chairman of Entergy Arkansas, Inc., Chief Executive Officer of Entergy Arkansas, Inc. and President of Entergy Arkansas, Inc.
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Entergy Mississippi, Inc. Key Developments
Entergy Mississippi Begins Second Phase of Solar Project in DeSoto County
Jul 21 15
Entergy Mississippi, Inc. has begun construction on the second phase of its Bright Future solar project in DeSoto County. The installations are the first-ever utility-owned solar projects in Mississippi. The fixed-tilt solar array will produce 500 kilowatts of electricity once up and running, and will help Entergy answer some of the many questions about solar while giving customers access to this renewable energy source. The project, at an approximate cost of less than $5 million for all three sites, is a collaborative effort with Stion Corporation, which manufactures solar panels in Hattiesburg. Construction on the first solar array, a ground-mounted system that tracks the sun's movement throughout the day, began in June at Entergy's Hinds Generating Facility in Jackson. A third fixed-tilt solar array will be built in Lincoln County. Combined, the three sites will provide 1,500 kilowatts of electricity (500 kW each), which is enough to power the equivalent of 175 homes. All three sites are expected to be operational before the end of the year. The projects will include real-time data monitoring that will be linked to Entergy Mississippi's website for all to view.
Entergy Mississippi Breaks Ground on New Transmission Operations Center in Jackson
Nov 20 14
Entergy Mississippi, Inc. has broken ground on a new $23 million transmission operations center in Jackson, Mississippi. The transmission operations center will be one of two twin centers in the corporation's four-state service area. The 24,775-square-foot building will be a 'nerve center' where employees monitor the status of the transmission system, coordinate line outages for maintenance or repair and remotely operate switches and breakers at substations. The new centers will also be hardened to withstand F5 tornadoes. Consolidating the facilities will also result in significant savings, as maintaining two facilities costs less than maintaining six. The buildings are scheduled to be complete in summer 2016.
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