“Mississippi Power does not earn a profit on fuel costs.” But Mississippi Power does earn a profit on expensive plants. That’s why it built Kemper.
Marked for death by Republicans, Democrat Cecil Brown may end up playing a critical role when he takes up his new post as public service commissioner representing the Central District.
Mississippi Power and state utility are close to an agreement that would defer some regulatory costs on the Kemper Project power plant in exchange for a power rate reduction.
Former state GOP Chairman Clarke Reed, a founder of the modern state Republican Party, has endorsed Democratic candidate Tom Blanton in his race against Republican Sam Britton for the Public Service Commission, which oversees and regulates state utilities.
Kemper’s shills wrong again!
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PSC pay to play? Blanton says: “These fundraisers were carefully orchestrated by six (6) of the main financial beneficiaries of the construction of Kemper IGCC”
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.