The Mississippi Legislature is choosing sides in the fight between Mississippi’s Attorney General and Public Service Commission. The fight is over $600 million of over-charges by Entergy Mississippi to its customers for high cost electricity from its sister companies in other states.
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.
One strange consequence of the Kemper fiasco is the recent PSC decision authorizing Net Metering.
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.”
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.
A Mississippi public service commissioner says a recent bill allowing state utilities to engage in economic development merely clarifies existing law.