The PSC has not been useful. It does not deserve customers’ trust. Or the publics’. Or the legislatures’. It does not deserve more responsibility. Can the new Chairman and commissioners restore trust?
“Kelley Williams, chairman of the Bigger Pie Forum…said he suspects even the current estimate is a ‘low-ball number.’”
A Mississippi project, a centerpiece of President Obama’s climate plan, has been plagued by problems that managers tried to conceal, and by cost overruns and questions of who will pay.
A compromise proposed in a meeting of the Mississippi Public Service Commission would allow the PSC to punt on a move to approve spending on the most controversial component of the Kemper Project.
The Mississippi Public Service Commission has started a process to refund up to $350 million to current and former customers in south Mississippi.
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.
Dentist and author Dr. Ed Holliday offered his opinion of the clean coal power plant in a February 8th “Point-Counterpoint” column that ran in the Daily Journal. Rev. James Hull, a journalist and political consultant, responded with a similar dislike of the project, comparing it to the infamous “Beef Plant” and reminding us of its […]
To Civil War buffs the irony is clear – on the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Vicksburg, Mississippi Power (MP) is a company under heavy siege.