Interested in being an Entergy supplier?
Prospective suppliers can tell Entergy about their company's materials and services by registering in Entergy Supply Chain's Power Advocate supplier database. Once you are part of the Power Advocate supplier database, you may be eligible to participate in sourcing events.
Become familiar with Entergy's minimum requirements for suppliers: Becoming an Entergy Supplier
- Get step-by-step assistance with supplier registration: Power Advocate Supplier Registration Guide
- Use this form to self-certify ownership status in certain Diverse categories: Diversity Self-Certification Form
- Get step-by-step assistance with submitting annual Certificate of Insurance: Entergy Insurance Reporting Portal Supplier Guide
Supplier safety qualifications
Suppliers that provide on-site services will be required to register in Entergy's Avetta Supplier Safety Qualification Database.
Avetta registration is by invitation only.
First time Avetta registrants may be eligible to receive a discount on the Avetta fee.
Who is eligible for this program?
- Must be a small business, as defined by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
- Must be local and/or diverse supplier.
- Diverse suppliers must be certified.
- Supplier must register on Entergy's portal: entergy.com/supplierregistration.
- First time Avetta registrants (Discounts do not apply for renewals).
Become familiar with Entergy's human safety performance requirements: Supplier Safety Qualification Guide.
Questions? Contact Avetta at firstname.lastname@example.org or (877) 725-3022.
Supplier portal resources
Suppliers selected to register for the supplier portal will receive an invitation email with instructions. Click here for how-to documents and simulations to help you use the portal.
Entergy's Human Rights Statement and Supplier Code of Conduct
Entergy expects its suppliers to respect the human rights of all individuals. Entergy’s Suppliers’ Code of Conduct summarizes important aspects of Entergy’s corporate policies relating to ethical expectations and obligations that apply to our suppliers. Just as Entergy expects its employees to act in accordance with the highest ethical and legal standards in their business activities, Entergy expects its suppliers to behave in a manner consistent with these ethical expectations and obligations. Entergy partners with its suppliers on sustainability focus areas including occupational health and safety, the environment and respect for human rights. View Entergy's Human Rights Statement.
The Supplier Code of Conduct sets forth the principles and standards of conduct that Entergy expects suppliers, their employees, subcontractors and sub-suppliers to meet during the provision of materials and services to Entergy.
Become familiar with our requirements: Supplier Code of Conduct.
Frequently asked questions
Q: How do I send a Credit Memo to Entergy?
A: All credits and rebills should be mailed to:
P.O. Box 8111
Baton Rouge, LA 70891-8111
Q: What is the purpose of registering and maintaining my information with Entergy?
A: Registering and maintaining your information with Entergy will ensure you: Keep your contact information current so you never miss important information and can access invoice and payment status information as soon as you need it.
Q: How do I know if I am a Diverse Supplier?
A: You are a diverse supplier if at least 51% or more of your business is owned and operated by one or more of the following:
- Minority owned business (Black, East Asian, American Indian, Hispanic, Pacific Islander, Aleuts, etc.).
- Woman owned business.
- Veteran owned business.
- Veteran disabled owned business.
- Disadvantaged business.
- Hub zone business.
Contact the Entergy support center at 1-844-ETR-WORK (1-844-387-9675).
Support hours: Monday thru Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central time.