Miss. Public Service Commission votes to conditionally approve $2.4 billion clean coal plant for Kemper County
by Stephen McDill
Published: April 29,2010
JACKSON- The future plant’s parent company, Mississippi Power, has 20 days to agree to the Commission’s conditions or risk not obtaining approval. MBJ-TV meets with the PSC to discuss their vote and the plant’s future.
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