Posts Tagged ‘Barbour’

(UPDATED) PSC wants proposals from MPC, Sierra Club on Kemper plant

>> SEE UPDATE AS OF THURSDAY MORNING …. KEMPER COUNTY — State utility regulators have asked Mississippi Power Co. and the Sierra Club to submit proposals on how to proceed with the Kemper County coal-fired power plant. The Mississippi Supreme Court ruled March 15 that the Public Service Commission failed to lay out its reasoning […] [...]

Cartoon – May 2, 2011

by Published: May 2,2011

Tags: Barbour, Cartoon, election, Farve

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Cartoon – April 18, 2011

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Barbour presses for more oil-fighting resources

by Published: June 28,2010

Tags: Barbour, BP, Gulf Coast, Haley Barbour, Oil, oil spill, Petit Bois

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – Gov. Haley Barbour says he’s pressing BP and federal officials to increase resources in Mississippi, where oil has reached the shoreline and continues to flow into the waters around barrier islands. “While command and control of on-water resources has improved, it must get much better and the amount of resources to […] [...]

‘We just hope our luck holds out’

by Published: June 13,2010

Tags: Barbour, Deepwater Horizon spill, state port

State Port not yet affected by spill but officials are wary Late last week, the only oil or remnants of oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill that’s been inundating the Gulf of Mexico since April 21 that officials know had reached Mississippi soil was a two-mile long strand of residue that beached on Petit Bois […] [...]

Breaking: PSC eases Kemper restrictions

See related video. Today the Mississippi Public Service Commission passed another conditional approval of Mississippi Power Company’s $2.4 billion Kemper County clean coal plant, relaxing the financial restrictions imposed in its April order. (Read order.) The Commission raised the plant cost cap from $2.4 billion to $2.88 billion. The Commission also agreed to allow the […] [...]

Commissioners: Law allowing utility to hide rate impact unfair

Two out of the three Mississippi Public Service Commissioners think a law that has allowed Mississippi Power Company to hide the rate impacts of its proposed $2.4 billion power plant is wrong. By law, a utility is allowed to file with the Commission any information it wants to keep confidential. To uncover the information, a […] [...]

Mississippi Power’s Kemper decision deadline extended

The Mississippi Public Service Commission voted last week to give Mississippi Power Company an extension on its deadline to accept the Commission’s conditions for the proposed $2.4 billion Kemper County clean coal plant. Public Service Commissioners Leonard Bentz, Lynn Posey and Brandon Presley voted unanimously to extend the deadline to May 26. The Commission’s April […] [...]

Bentz: The whole Kemper story is not getting told

For better or worse, the economic future for the next 40 years in southeastern Mississippi will be greatly impacted by the decision of Public Service Commissioner Leonard Bentz. Bentz is one of three members of the state Public Service Commission, which voted April 29 to conditionally approve Mississippi Power Company’s (MPC’s) $2.4-billion Kemper County clean […] [...]

Kemper Update: Mississippi Power files for rehearing

Mississippi Power Company has asked the state Public Service Commission for a rehearing regarding its proposed $2.4 billion Kemper County clean coal plant. The Commission gave conditional approval of the plant on April 29. The Commission said the project was too risky for ratepayers, but MPC could get the green light for Kemper by submitting […] [...]

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