Industrial power rates in Mississippi County are very competitive, ranging from 4￠ to 6￠ per KWH.
Hydropower, solar and other renewables provide nearly 10% of Arkansas’ net electricity generation according to an analysis by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
Entergy Arkansas LLC
Entergy Arkansas has operated in Arkansas since 1914 and currently serves more than 700,000 customers in 62 of Arkansas’ 75 counties, offering some of the most affordable rates and cleanest electricity the country with more than 70% low- or no-carbon generation.
Mississippi County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Since Mississippi County Electric Co-op is a nonprofit and member-owned, Capital Credits that account for any profit from the operations are credited back to members.
Osceola Municipal Light & Power
Continuously operating since 1912, Osceola Municipal Light and Power is the only municipal electric utility in Mississippi County. Long-term investment and preventative maintenance help to assure stable and competitive electricity prices.