While energy research is important, there are some experiments that the federal government needs to stop funding.
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?
Jackson attorney Bob Waller, who owns Veterans Cab, told the Jackson City Council’s planning committee on Oct. 6 that the arrival of Uber in the city had reduced his business in half.
The Mississippi River Commission held a public hearing in Natchez last Wednesday aboard the Motor Vessel MISSISSIPPI. It got an earful.
Hello Kemper. “Shale drilling is a young industry, and there’s still plenty of fat to trim and processes to refine. For OPEC, this serves as a reminder: you bet against American innovation at your own risk.” Except the PSC puts the customer at risk for Mississippi Power’s bad bet on the Kemper Lignite Plant.
By Michael Bastasch | Published April 28, 2015 | www.thedailycaller – AP Photo It’s official, the Energy Department’s green energy loan program is actually expected to lose money despite media reports that such loans would net the government a profit. The Government Accountability Office says the DOE’s oft-touted $28 billion loan program will cost taxpayers $2.21 billion over the lifetime […]
So, Kemper, how smart is it to place a 30 year technology bet anyway- especially one that doesn’t work? “Moore’s Law is creative destruction on steroids… Moore’s Law has always induced de-massification: giant mainframe computers become smartwatches… Rigid command-and-control structures in every walk of life, from corporations to governments to education, become vulnerable to competition […]
One of the most costly government actions is the administration’s war on coal. It is the fuel for about half of the country’s electricity and one of the cheapest sources of energy. Kelley Williams, chair, Bigger Pie Forum, February 4, 2015 | northsidesun.com IT WASN’T TRUE LOVE when the green energy philanderer hooked up with […]
The Mississippi Supreme Court has invalidated the rate increases related to Mississippi Power Co.’s Kemper County coal plant, and ordered refunds to the utility’s 186,000 ratepayers. Clay Chandler, The Clarion-Ledger11:47 a.m. CST February 13, 2015 Photo credit: Mississippi Power The Mississippi Supreme Court has invalidated the rate increases related to Mississippi Power Co.’s Kemper County […]
Company said Kemper COULD have a catastrophic explosion… But, not to worry… Summary by Charles Grayson | Bigger Pie Forum | October 24, 2014 Mississippi law established the Public Service Commission (PSC) with regulatory and quasi-judicial functions. The legislature also established the Mississippi Public Utilities Staff (MPUS) separate from the PSC. The primary functions of […]