Archive for the ‘Kemper Coverage’ Category

Kemper Plant Update: MPC will ask commission for rehearing

Mississippi Power Company plans to ask the state Public Service Commission for a rehearing regarding its proposed $2.4 billion Kemper County clean coal plant. MPC will ask for the Commission’s permission to charge rate payers for plant financing costs before the facility produces electricity, a practice called putting Construction Work in Progress (CWIP) in rate […] [...]

Miss. Public Service Commission votes to conditionally approve $2.4 billion clean coal plant for Kemper County

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. See full story [...]

Kemper Coal Plant — Are Commission conditions too much for Miss. Power?

Mississippi Power Company is taking a careful look at whether to build a $2.4 billion clean coal plant in Kemper County. The Mississippi Public Service Commission voted April 29 to approve the plant – but with several conditions MPC says “seem to make it impossible” to finance or construct. Commissioners Leonard Bentz and Lynn Posey […] [...]

Barbour’s Kemper connection

Vote on proposed clean coal plant to come down this week Note: This story was updated on May 4: “BGR website has changed” At a press conference April 14, Gov. Haley Barbour spoke again about state energy projects and touted the proposed Kemper County clean coal project that will be approved or disapproved by the […] [...]

$3.2 billion cap proposed

Public Service Commission puts forward a cost ceiling for Mississippi Power’s lignite plant In response to a Mississippi Public Service Commission request for a price cap, Mississippi Power Company (MPC) has proposed a $3.2-billion ceiling for its planned Kemper County clean coal plant, currently estimated to cost $2.4 billion. During the Commission’s week-long hearings in […] [...]

Kemper the best option

Topazi talks about himself, Momentum Mississippi and the Kemper County lignite plant Q & A with Anthony Topazi, CEO of Mississippi Power Company Photos by Stephen McDill Click here to watch the video interview series Q: Tell us a little bit about your background. A: I grew up in Birmingham, Ala. I am the grandson […] [...]

Topazi: Rates will go up by a third

by Published: March 12,2010

Tags: Anthony Topazi, MBJ-TV, Mississippi Power

Mississippi Power president & CEO Anthony Topazi talks with MBJ-TV about rate increases if the Kemper plant is buil. [...]

Anthony Topazi on Kemper County lignite plant

March 12, 2010 – Mississippi Power president & CEO Anthony Topazi talks with MBJ-TV about his Kemper County lignite plant and how it will affect rates for his customers. [...]

Kemper coal plant hearings wrap up

Public speaks out on both sides of the issue of whether ‘clean coal’ plant should be authorized On Feb. 5 the state Public Service Commission wrapped up its week-long resource hearings for a proposed $2.5-billion clean coal plant in Kemper County with a public forum at which more than 40 speakers were divided evenly on […] [...]

PSC questions MPC on IPP contracts and cost overruns

MPC wants to build ‘clean coal’ plant at a cost for more than $2.4 billion The state Public Service Commission’s resource hearings centered on a proposed $2.5 billion clean coal plant in Kemper County began Feb. 1 and included questions about plant financing, reliance on natural gas, legitimacy of independent power producer (IPP) contracts, and […] [...]

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