Posts Tagged ‘Mississippi Power’

$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. [...]

Anthony Topazi Interview, Part 2

by Published: March 11,2010

Tags: Anthony Topazi, Mississippi Power

Mississippi Power president & CEO Anthony Topazi walks MBJ through his average work day. [...]

Anthony Topazi Interview, Part 1

by Published: March 10,2010

Tags: Anthony Topazi, Mississippi Power

March 10, 2010 — Mississippi Power president & CEO Anthony Topazi talks with MBJ about his work with Momentum Mississippi. [...]

Miss. Power says PSC request for natural gas forecasts unnecessary

by Published: November 25,2009

Tags: coal plant, energy, Mississippi Power, natural gas

Mississippi Power Company said it believes the Public Service Commission’s request for additional natural gas price forecasts for an upcoming power plant hearing is vague and unnecessary. The second round of hearings regarding Mississippi Power’s proposed Kemper County lignite coal plant will begin in February. The Public Utilities Staff filed a motion supporting Mississippi Power’s […] [...]

SMEPA eyeing IGCC plant in Kemper County

GULFPORT — South Mississippi Electric Power Association (SMEPA) has signed a letter of intent to explore the acquisition of an interest in Mississippi Power’s proposed Kemper County Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) Project. The companies are negotiating a combination of a joint ownership arrangement and a purchase power agreement, which would provide SMEPA with up […] [...]

Utilities named tops by Site Selection

North Mississippi and New Orleans – Site Selection magazine has named the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) and Entergy Corporation two of the Top Utilities of 2008. Mississippi Power received an honorable mention. This was the fourth consecutive year in which TVA has earned the Top Utilities honor. In 2008, TVA and distributors of TVA power, […] [...]

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