As part of our commitment to safety, we are taking additional precautions in connection with efforts to protect the health and safety of our customers, trade allies and employees. All energy efficiency trade allies are following these health and safety guidelines.

  • All employees will be monitored for COVID-19 symptoms prior to each shift.
  • Customers will be contacted prior to on-site visits to confirm no one has tested positive or has been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 within 14 days. Appointments will be rescheduled if necessary.
  • Six feet of social distancing will be maintained.
  • Face masks will be worn.
  • Hand washing or the use of approved hand sanitizer will be used before and after each visit.
  • Equipment and electronics will be sanitized before and between each visit.

Increasing your energy efficiency.

Find a Participating Trade Ally

The CitySmartSM Program provides support and incentives to institutional and private/public entities working to save on energy. Whether you are struggling with high energy bills or inefficient lighting and climate control, Entergy Arkansas will offer you incentives for implementing and installing a wide range of measures at your site.

Entergy Arkansas will help you:

  • Identify energy savings specific to your building.
  • Prioritize a wide range of energy conservation measures.
  • Achieve significant, long-term electricity savings.
  • Earn incentives for completing qualifying energy-efficiency projects.



Typical Elementary School Project

This example illustrates a possible scenario that might exist at an elementary school.  Simulated existing conditions and sample proposed retrofits are listed with example calculations of energy savings, incentives and simple payback. The data given below is not necessarily indicative of what you may see at your site, but can be reviewed to understand how the program will operate and the potential value of the CitySmart Program. 

The total annual savings would be approximately 70,350 kWh, resulting in an estimated $5,627 in annual utility savings. The estimated cost of this project (using the above simulation) is $21,950, with an estimated incentive of $8,442.  If the facility were to make these upgrades, the net project cost to the customer (after incentive) would be $13,508, yielding an approximate 2.4-year payback period.


This example illustrates a possible scenario that might exist at a reasonably large wastewater facility. Simulated existing conditions and sample proposed retrofits are listed with example calculations of energy savings, incentives and simple payback. The data given below is not necessarily indicative of what you may see at your site but can be reviewed to understand how the program will operate and the potential value of the CitySmart Program. 

The total annual savings would be approximately 923,685 kWh, resulting in an estimated $60,040 in annual utility savings. The estimated cost of this project (using the above simulation) is $524,628, with an estimated incentive of $129,316. If the facility were to make these upgrades, the net project cost to the customer (after incentive) would be $395,312, yielding an approximate 6.6-year payback period.


Start saving today.

Contact the Energy Efficiency Solutions Center by calling 877-212-2420 or emailing entergyarcitysmart@clearesult.com.

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Click here to download the complete Program Manual.