Entergy is committed to a cleaner, sustainable energy future.
We recognize that our customers increasingly have sustainability and climate goals and seek more renewable energy solutions. Generating electricity from renewable resources is playing an important role in the transformation to a cleaner energy future. Entergy is expanding its renewable energy solutions to serve our customers and communities across the Gulf South region.
Today, Entergy operates one of the cleanest large-scale power generating fleets in the nation. Entergy will work over the next three decades to reduce carbon emissions from our operations to net-zero by 2050. By 2030, we’ll reduce the carbon emissions rate by half compared to year 2000 levels.
Entergy is also taking many actions to transform its utility generation to better meet customers’ needs, including pursuing additional cost-effective renewable energy opportunities and potential applications for distributed energy resources as technology and economics continue to improve.
Looking ahead, more renewable energy generation will be added to Entergy’s balanced energy mix. Investing in renewable energy helps improve grid reliability, protects the environment and supports the sustainability goals of our company and our customers.
The table below shows Entergy’s current and publicly announced renewable energy projects to date.
Entergy Renewable Generation Projects In Service or In Development as of 12/2/2020
|Project Name||Capacity (MW)1||Technology||Type||Operating Co.||Location||Commercial Operation Date|
|2020 ELL Solar RFP2||300 (targeted)||Solar||Owned or PPA||ELL||LA||2023 (targeted)|
|Umbriel Solar||150||Solar||PPA||ETI||Polk County, TX||2023 (expected)|
|Liberty County Solar2||100||Solar||Owned||ETI||Liberty County, TX||2023 (expected)|
|2019 EAL Solar RFP2||100 (targeted)||Solar||Owned||EAL||AR||2022 (targeted)|
|Walnut Bend Solar2||100||Solar||Owned||EAL||Lee County, AR||2022 (expected)|
|Iris Solar||50||Solar||PPA||ENOL||Franklinton, LA||2021 (expected)|
|St. James Solar||20||Solar||PPA||ENOL||Vacherie, LA||2021 (expected)|
|Sunflower County Solar||100||Solar||Owned||EML||Sunflower County, MS||2021 (expected)|
|Searcy Solar (+ Battery)||100 (30 MWh)||Solar / Storage||Owned||EAL||Searcy, AR||2021 (expected)|
|New Orleans Solar Station||20||Solar||Owned||ENOL||New Orleans, LA||2020 (expected)|
|Chicot Solar||100||Solar||PPA||EAL||Lake Village, AR||2020 (expected)|
|South Alexander Solar||29.5||Solar||PPA||ELL||LA||2020 (expected)|
|New Orleans Residential Rooftop Solar||0.5||Solar||Owned||ENOL||New Orleans, LA||2020|
|Capital Region Solar||50||Solar||PPA||ELL||Port Allen, LA||2020|
|New Orleans Commercial Rooftop Solar||5||Solar||Owned||ENOL||New Orleans, LA||2020|
|ECO Services||6||Waste Heat||PPA||ELL||Baton Rouge, LA||2019|
|Stuttgart Solar||81||Solar||PPA||EAL||Stuttgart, AR||2018|
|Brookhaven Solar||0.5||Solar||Owned||EML||Brookhaven, MS||2016|
|DeSoto Solar||0.5||Solar||Owned||EML||Lake Cormorant, MS||2016|
|Hinds Solar||0.5||Solar||Owned||EML||Jackson, MS||2016|
|New Orleans Solar Power Plant (+ Battery)||1 (500 kWh)||Solar / Storage||Owned||ENOL||New Orleans, LA||2016|
|Rain CII||31||Waste Heat||PPA||ELL||Sulpher, LA||2013|
|Vidalia Hydro||117||Hydro||PPA||ELL||Vidalia, LA||1990|
|Agrilectric||9||Biomass||PPA||ELL||Lake Charles, LA||1984|
|Toledo Bend Hydro||40||Hydro||PPA||ELL||Newton, TX||1969|
|Carpenter Hydro||62||Hydro||Owned||EAL||Hot Springs, AR||1932|
|Remmel Hydro||11||Hydro||Owned||EAL||Malvern, AR||1925|
1 Entergy's portion, Installed Capacity (ICAP) based on summer net dependable capability.
2 RFP resources are still in the RFP phase and have not yet been certified, therefore, the targeted MW and timing associated with these resources is subject to change.
EAL - Entergy Arkansas, LLC
ELL - Entergy Louisiana, LLC
EML - Entergy Mississippi, LLC
ENOL - Entergy New Orleans, LLC
ETI - Entergy Texas, Inc.
MW - Megawatts
MWh - Megawatt hours
PPA - Purchase Power Agreement
RFP - Request For Proposal