Mississippi Power Co. customers are lining up to choose how to get their Kemper-related refund from the utility.
Several experts with impressive backgrounds have filed testimony with the PSC prior to the November hearing to consider prudency for the Kemper turbines running on natural gas and putting those investments into MPC customer’s base rates.
The PSC on Tuesday rejected unanimously Thomas Blanton’s motion for Central District commissioner Lynn Posey to recuse himself from Kemper Project-related proceedings. Blanton is a candidate for the Southern District seat as a Democrat.
Kemper about 99% complete. And that’s the easy part.
Another way to lose the trust of real investors is to give MDA bureaucrats money to invest in the name of jobs. They don’t try to pick losers. They just do it a lot. Why? No skin in the game?
FUNDRAISER: A fundraiser for Mississippi Public Service Central District commissioner was hosted by several contractors on the Kemper Project in violation of state law.
Mississippi Power admitted in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Tuesday that the Kemper Project clean coal power plant could be completed later than expected — and costs are rising yet again.
Mississippi Power said Tuesday it still expects the startup of the Kemper lignite plant in the first half of 2016 — but not by April 19…
“O what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.”… Kemper’s justification is based on deceptive cost and revenue projections. Two lame duck PSC commissioners went along.
“The war on carbon literally hurts, sickens, and kills poor people all over the world. And I can assure you … the poor are not amused.”