The Southern Company is spreading the costs of Mississippi Power’s Kemper Project “clean coal” power plant to at least one of its other subsidiaries
Good government may be an oxymoron because there’s too much of it. A good place to start whittling is on monopolies and their political enablers.
This boondoggle sounds a lot like Kemper. It’s jobs and project mismanagement and stimulus (spending is good) too. Difference is Flint needs the water. Kemper’s customers don’t need its electricity.
Some heavy hitters are entering the legal battle to prevent Mississippi ratepayers from being stuck with excess costs caused by the lignite boondoggle.
Errr, would one of those proprietary technology investments changing how America produces electricity be the Kemper County Lignite Plant experiment? “An industry leader in robust, proprietary research and development, Southern Company has managed approximately $2 billion in research and development investments since the 1960s, leading to the development and deployment of new, innovative technologies that […]
Top down or bottom up? Which works? Fondren’s business center north of the University Medical Center works.
Despite massive cost overruns with the Kemper Project “clean coal” power plant, it’s damn the critics, full speed ahead for Mississippi Power CEO Ed Holland.
As 2015 draws to a close, news in Mississippi was dominated by an election, more problems with the controversial Kemper power plant and civil asset forfeiture.
One strange consequence of the Kemper fiasco is the recent PSC decision authorizing Net Metering.
” If – as seems to be becoming increasingly evident – those rising temperatures were, at best, exaggerated by dodgy scientists and, at worst, faked, then what we have is the biggest case of fraud in world history. And there are so many people with vested interests in this fraud – even newspaper editors – […]