2021 results in top half of guidance range
NEW ORLEANS – Entergy Corporation (NYSE: ETR) reported fourth quarter 2021 earnings per share of $1.28 on an as-reported basis and earnings per share of 76 cents on an adjusted basis (non-GAAP). For the full year, the company reported 2021 earnings per share of $5.54 on an as-reported basis and $6.02 on an adjusted basis.
“Despite the unique challenges presented in 2021, we continued to deliver on our commitments and exceeded the midpoint of our guidance range,” said Leo Denault, Entergy Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “These results are a testimony to the effectiveness of our strategy, flexibility of our business, and the dedication of our employees. Looking ahead, we have a solid foundation upon which to further invest in customer solutions, accelerate resilience efforts, increase our renewable portfolio, and promote clean electrification.”
Business highlights included the following:

E-AR’s Searcy Solar came online.
S. Steel selected Osceola, AR as the home for its advanced steelmaking facility, citing E-AR’s growing renewable and clean power portfolio as a key driver.
E-LA entered into an MOU with Sempra Infrastructure to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy to power Sempra Infrastructure’s facilities in Louisiana.
E-MS announced plans to add 1,000 megawatts of solar capacity over the next five years, to replace older generation and support Mississippi’s economic development.
E-LA announced selections totaling 600 megawatts from its 2021 Renewable RFP.
The APSC approved E-AR’s 2022 FRP.
The PUCT approved storm recovery and financing for E-TX’s 2020 storm costs.
The NRC approved the transfer of Palisades’ licenses to Holtec.

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