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Arkansas electric cooperatives have made a unified response, defending the requirement for additional insurance and fee requirements for customers installing alternative energy systems.
An electric vehicle charging infrastructure plan for Arkansas gained federal approval Wednesday, securing the state more than $50 million in federal grants.
A sign that the painful inflation of the past 18 months may be gradually easing could come Tuesday when the government is expected to report that the acceleration in U.S. prices slowed in August compared with a year ago for a second straight month.
Gas prices in Arkansas continue to drop, now tied for the lowest in the country.
Gov. Gregg Abbott met with leadership from the Electric Reliability Council of Texas and Public Utility Commission of Texas on Tuesday to talk about the implementation of grid reforms to ensure reliability and stability.
Circle K is offering 40 cents off per gallon of fuel for 3 hours, 1 day only.
The United States Department of the Interior announced Aug. 25 that Arkansas will receive $5 million in order to contain 227 orphaned gas and oil wells in the state.
Cleco Power and D.E. Shaw Renewable Investments announced a long-term renewable energy agreement to build a solar farm that will bring jobs to DeSoto Parish.
SWEPCO is offering new payment options to help with high bills that are open to all customers.
SWEPCO admitted to cutting off customers’ electricity during the summer months, which conflicts with what they previously told Caddo Parish Commissioners.
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on Sunday projected an ongoing decline in gas prices to continue but expressed uncertainty given potential changes in global events that would impact supply levels.
SWEPCO on Tuesday denied a Shreveport City Council request to stop electricity cut-offs until Nov. 1.
Gas prices in the Shreveport-Bossier area continue to drop quickly after record highs.
On Friday, Senator Bill Cassidy attacked the Democrat’s proposed “Inflation reduction act” in a press conference.
A state lawmaker calls it a state of emergency: renters going without air conditioning in this brutal heat, sometimes for several days. Now State Representative Sheryl Cole says she’ll file legislation to punish those who allow it to go on too long.
Parish Commissioners discussed solutions for rising energy bills and heard from residents about increasing costs on Monday.
The U.S. Chamber Global Energy Institute was on hand for the meeting to give local officials an update on policies and regulations that will affect northwest Louisiana.
The state gas price average is looking good for Arkansas drivers as it continues to drop.
Campbell had harsh words for Entergy company officials over what they are doing to address high electric bills.
The Central Arkansas Development Council in Texarkana, Arkansas, is helping low-income residents pay their high electrical bills.
As higher than usual temperatures drive more and more energy use, Entergy said it is implementing measures to help customers experiencing high energy costs, according to a press release Tuesday.
Monday was the start of The Arkansas Department of Energy & Environment opening the application period for Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP).
Gas prices across the country continue to fall for the sixth week in a row. As of Monday, prices have fallen below $4 per gallon in nine states.
Entergy recommends thermostat setting at 78 degrees during summer heat
Gas prices have continued to drop in the U.S., but not evenly. Texas has seen the steepest drop in prices, while the West Coast is comparatively less.
As the heat continues to rise in the ArkLaTex, more people are depending on their Air Conditioning Units to stay cool, but the demand is creating challenges.
Gas prices in the United States are easing amid high inflation and a continued Russian invasion in Ukraine, hitting a two-month low on Tuesday.
The continuous drop in gas prices continues as Arkansas prices average at $4.11 per gallon Monday.
Which states are ahead of the curve when it comes to electric vehicle adoption?
As the summer heat continues to blast, SWEPCO is offering tips on how to help keep bills down as we try to cool our homes to at least a tolerable level at a time when energy costs are skyrocketing.