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  • We are experiencing an outage near Green Valley, Shamrock and the surrounding area. A linemen has been dispatched.
  • Repairs have been made and the circuit is back up. Thank you for your patience!
  • The crew has made progress, but there are still additional repairs needed. Thank you for your patience.
  • A circuit will be brought down shortly to make repairs. Affecting W 54th along Camp Robinson to Batesville Pike and some of Shady Valley.

Free Home Energy Evaluations

Is your home as energy efficient as it can be? Whether your home is newly-built or vintage, unseen problems such as leaky ducts or poorly-sealed doors and windows waste energy and money.

If you are customer of the North Little Rock Electric Department, you can get a FREE home energy evaluation pinpoint where your home is losing energy and give you ways to correct these problems.

A certified, bonded energy professional will walk through your home to show you where it may be losing energy. Then, he will provide you information about ways to fix these problems so you can save energy and money.

To register for a free walk-through energy evaluation call the Energy Evaluation Line at 501-992-4034 to set up an appointment. Or register online by filling out the form below.

A leader environmentally-conscious municipal power use

NLRED’s vision is to empower our customers with solutions and options that increase energy efficiency, protect the environment, and to provide safe, reliable and reasonably priced power.

North Little Rock Electric Department (NLRED) is a leader in sustainable, environmentally-conscious municipal power use. We have a dual responsibility to protect our natural resources and to provide safe, reliable and reasonably priced power. On average, almost fifteen percent of the entire NLRED Service Territory electric use is provided by the Murray Hydro Generating Plant, located on the Arkansas River at the base of the Big Dam Bridge and the Two Pines Landfill Waste to Methane electricity generating station operated by Waste Management, Inc.