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  • It\u2019s a new year, a new decade. Like many, we\u2019re setting our goals, hopes and dreams for the upcoming year. The future looks bright thanks to our 2019 successes. As we roar into 2020, we celebrate those accomplishments. They warmed our hearts, made us proud and helped us serve our communities, customers, employees and shareholders.\nGrid Modernization\u2026 We installed our first advanced meter, improved service reliability and added a natural gas-powered plant to our fleet. \u00a0\u00a0\nGrowth\u2026 We made investments to expand nuclear operations. Fourteen counties received our economic development grants. Our ACT Bootcamps supported workforce development. A new substation project will help attract large economic development opportunities. Site Selection magazine put us on their list of top utilities in economic development for the 12th year.\n\nEntergy Mississippi's first advanced meter was installed March 4, 2019 in Centreville.\u00a0\nCustomer Service\u2026 The weather was extreme. We gave customers energy and money-saving tips for both the heat and the cold. And we shared how to get help with high bills that temperature swings brought. Our READI program helped homeowners become more energy efficient. Five years with MISO saved customers millions. We made a commitment to a lower carbon energy future and completed our fiber infrastructure project. Solarity and Marketplace launched to meet customers\u2019 needs.\n\nEntergy Mississippi President and CEO Haley Fisackerly (far right) with C Spire CEO Hu Meena and Mississippi Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley announced completion of a fiber infrastructure project that will help bring broadband internet services to rural Mississippians.\u00a0\nPeople\u2026 Three of our linemen saved a life and received an award for their heroism. We promoted and hired some people, including new customer service and distribution operations leaders and filled key roles in customer service (more than once), regulatory affairs and regulatory legal, finance and power plant operations. Kevin Rogers, Michael Fouche and other all-stars were named Lineman of the Game at Saints games.\u00a0Earl Phillips, Matthew Warren and Cole Pope presented the Kent Hull Lineman of the Year trophy. We had a safety conversation with Chris Smith and celebrated linemen, engineers and all our employees throughout the year.\n\u00a0\nThe University of Southern Mississippi's Drake Dorbeck receives the 2019 Entergy Kent Hull Trophy from Entergy Mississippi linemen Matthew Warren, Cole Pope and Earl Phillips.\u00a0\nGiving Back\u2026 Our employees volunteered \u2013 a lot! They spruced up their communities, prepared customers\u2019 taxes for free and sent care packages to deployed troops. Besides time, we gave money on behalf of our shareholders to good causes and made a record donation. Some students received college scholarships from us. Points of Light said we\u2019re one of the most community-minded companies in the nation. Dow Jones recognized us for creating sustainable value \u2013 for the 18th consecutive year.\n\nEntergy employees present a record-setting donation to The Salvation Army from our shareholders, employees and customers for The Power to Care, which\u00a0helps elderly and disabled customers pay their electricity bills in times of financial crisis.\nStorm Response\u2026 Edison Electric Institute recognized our storm response efforts for the 30th time. We remembered how teamwork got us through the 1979 Easter Flood on it\u2019s 40th anniversary. And, we were ready for Hurricane Barry.\n\u00a0\n\nOn the 40th anniversary of the 1979 Easter Flood, employees and retirees remembered how they pulled together to maintain service to customers.\nThat was only a glimpse of an amazing year. We\u2019re planning on 2020 being even more brilliant.","dateCreated":"2020-01-07T10:19:00-06:00","datePublished":"2020-01-07T10:19:00-06:00"}]]>Bright Past Lights the Way for 2020 Entergy Newsroomvar isNewsroom = true;(function(w,d,s,l,i))(window,document,'script','dataLayer','GTM-5HLNCWV'); SearchOur companies

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The building, which was built in 1988, has 100,348 square feet. It had a good past and may soon have a better future. It was once the main place to shop in Elizabethton. That changed when Wal-Mart built one of its SuperCenters just two blocks to the west. The building had a reprieve when Magic Mart located in the old building. After a few years, Magic Mart closed its operation in Elizabethton.


In the past year, the company expanded its City of Pewaukee facility by 50 percent, became an electrical contractor in Minnesota and extended its self-perform regions to include Minnesota, New York, New Jersey and Indiana for a total of 14 states, according to the Stay-Lite website.


EconPapers FAQ Archive maintainers FAQ Cookies at EconPapers Format for printing The RePEc blog The RePEc plagiarism page Bright past, shady future? Past and potential future export performance of CEE countries in a comparative perspectiveJože Damijan, Crt Kostevc (Obfuscate( 'ef.uni-lj.si', 'crt.kostevc' )) and Matija Rojec (Obfuscate( 'gmail.com', 'matija.rojec' ))Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Joze P. DamijanPost-Communist Economies, 2015, vol. 27, issue 3, 306-335Abstract:This article examines the reasons behind the remarkable export performance of transition economies in the last two decades. Following Redding and Venables and Fugazza, we decompose export performance into the gains due to the advantageous access to foreign markets and export gains on the basis of internal supply capacity. We find that size of the economy, inward FDI penetration, most notably in the manufacturing sector, export unit values, denoting the structural changes of CEECs' exports, and the quality of institutions and infrastructure had a significant positive impact on exporting countries' supply capacity, while productivity had a negative impact. The latter is mostly due to unfavourable trends in ULC since EU accession. Unlike in EU-15 and BRIC countries, internal supply capacity is becoming decreasingly important as a basis of CEECs' export performance. At the same time, trends in cost competitiveness are worsening relative to competing countries, while benefits of EU accession have been mostly exploited. This may compromise the CEECs' future export growth.Date: 2015References: View references in EconPapers View complete reference list from CitEc Citations: View citations in EconPapers (1) Track citations by RSS feedDownloads: (external link) (text/html)Access to full text is restricted to subscribers.Related works:Working Paper: Bright past, shady future? Past and potential future export performance of CEE countries in a comparative perspective (2013) This item may be available elsewhere in EconPapers: Search for items with the same title.Export reference: BibTeX RIS (EndNote, ProCite, RefMan) HTML/TextPersistent link: :taf:pocoec:v:27:y:2015:i:3:p:306-335Ordering information: This journal article can be ordered from DOI: 10.1080/14631377.2015.1055965Access Statistics for this articlePost-Communist Economies is currently edited by Roger ClarkeMore articles in Post-Communist Economies from Taylor & Francis JournalsBibliographic data for series maintained by Chris Longhurst (Obfuscate( 'tandf.co.uk', 'chris.longhurst' )). var addthis_config = "data_track_clickback":true; var addthis_share = url:" :taf:pocoec:v:27:y:2015:i:3:p:306-335"Share This site is part of RePEc and all the data displayed here is part of the RePEc data set. Is your work missing from RePEc? Here is how to contribute. Questions or problems? Check the EconPapers FAQ or send mail to Obfuscate( 'oru.se', 'econpapers' ). EconPapers is hosted by the Örebro University School of Business. 041b061a72


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