MEC tells part of the MISO story. See “The untold Entergy story” for the rest of the story.
Recently Entergy Mississippi’s VP Public Relations said in a letter to the editor that I had “… conveniently missed one of the biggest stories in Mississippi electric utility history.”…well…Here’s the “rest of the story.”
Mississippi Power is awaiting an order from the Mississippi Public Service Commission to refund an 18 percent increase ordered by the Mississippi Supreme Court, but the regulatory agency is still trying to determine the best way for customers to get their money back.
The success of Mississippi Power’s Kemper Plant rests in part on the assumption that there will be one or more buyers for some 3 million tons of CO2 generated each year as a byproduct of the plant’s revolutionary coal gasification process.
The Mississippi Supreme Court on Thursday denied Mississippi Power’s request for a rehearing of the case that the 18 percent rate increase was illegal.
Mississippi Power’s request for a hearing was denied by the Mississippi Supreme Court Thursday in a lawsuit brought by Hattiesburg businessman Thomas Blanton over rate increases to fund the Kemper Project integrated gasification power plant.
Mississippi Power ‘s Kemper Project integrated gasification power plant is likely the most controversial energy project in state history.
“Clean coal was supposed to be one of those challenges America could meet with enough gumption and technical savvy. But with so many obstacles along the way, the power plant emerging in the southern Mississippi pine forest here is turning into a singular test of whether such a thing is even possible at all.” Maybe […]
It’s like a chihuahua saving a pit bull. I didn’t even know Entergy had a dog in the Kemper fight. But I guess if questions threaten or embarrass one utility, it rubs off on others.
Mississippi Power’s Kemper County Lignite Plant holds the record for the most expensive 500 MW power plant ever. Over $6 billion. And it’s not done yet and hasn’t run. Think its CEO is sweating?