Entergy’s utility business, based in the southeast, has been buoyed by robust industrial power sales. Like utilities around the nation, it has challenges as well as opportunities on many fronts. The Energy Times recently discussed a variety of issues with Andrew Marsh, Entergy executive vice president and chief financial officer. We talked about the new utility business model, the future of nuclear power in America and the last lessons learned from the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina a decade ago in the company’s service territory as well as other major issues.
Join us for our frank, wide-ranging discussion.