Posts Tagged ‘Brandon Presley’

Atmos Energy gets approval to buy natural gas system

ARTESIA — Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley has signed an order approving the sale and transfer of the Town of Artesia’s natural gas system to Atmos Energy Corporation. Terms were not disclosed. According to a press release from Presley’s office, the Mississippi Public Service Commission action will result in a 49 percent rate reduction for […] [...]

PSC passes new energy efficient rules for utilities

JACKSON — The Mississippi Public Service Commission has unanimously passed new energy efficiency rules that will apply to electric and natural gas providers in Mississippi. According to a press release from Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley, the new rules have an estimated $2 billion savings directly to customers over the next 20 years and create […] [...]

September 24, 2012- Ricky Nobile

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Mississippi Power appeals rate hike denial

A few hours after a second overrun for its Kemper County coal plant was revealed, Mississippi Power Co. said last week it was appealing the Public Service Commission’s denial of a rate increase the company had requested to help pay for the facility. The company appealed the PSC’s order to the Mississippi Supreme Court. On […] [...]

Kemper coal plant costs surge again

The Kemper coal plant’s Independent Monitors’ Report for the period through the end of May shows the project has crept closer to the $2.88 billion cap the Public Service Commission imposed on it. Monitors, hired by the Commission to oversee construction, now estimate that the cost to build the lignite coal-fired generation facility will reach […] [...]

Presley to challenge law derived from ‘AT&T Bill’

Northern District Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley intends to challenge the constitutionality of a new law that removes the “carrier of last resort” mandate from AT&T and other layers of oversight from phone companies operating in Mississippi. House Bill 825 – known as the “AT&T Bill” — became law July 1. Before it cleared the […] [...]

Read July 9 issue of MBJ

>> FIGHTING BACK Exterminators, scientists see strides in finding, killing bed bugs — By Ted Carter Also in this week’s paper: >> TRUESOUTH IN FULL SWING New golf tournament field up for July 16— by Staff Reports >> “CALL WAITING” PSC commissioner Presley to challenge law derived from ‘AT&T Bill’— by Clay Chandler >> FINANCE New […] [...]

PSC looking into timing, amount of Kemper County Coal Plant overrun

Sixteen days after the Mississippi Public Service Commission reapproved the certificate of public convenience and necessity for Mississippi Power Co.’s Kemper County coal plant, the company revealed to independent monitors an anticipated $366 million cost overrun for the project. The revelation was included in monitors’ May report, which says MPC officials broke the news on […] [...]

PSC votes 2-1 to reissue Kemper certificate

In what amounted to a procedural meeting, the Mississippi Public Service Commission voted 2-1 last week to reissue the certificate of public convenience and necessity for Mississippi Power Co.’s Kemper County coal plant. Northern District Commissioner Brandon Presley was the lone dissenting vote. The order granting the certificate is a lot like the 2010 order. […] [...]

Kemper deadline met, PSC mull proposed orders

Last Monday was the deadline for parties to submit proposed final orders related to Mississippi Power Company’s lignite coal-fired generation plant in Kemper County. Joining longtime adversaries MPC and the Mississippi chapter of the Sierra Club was Florida-based Entegra Power Group, which markets electric power from natural gas-fueled plants to wholesale customers. In their submissions, […] [...]

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