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Entergy agrees to cut $35M from its new rate plan

JACKSON — Entergy Corp. has agreed with Mississippi regulators to cut $35 million from the amount it is seeking from customers under a new rate plan, dropping the total to $14 million annually and setting the stage for the Public Service Commission to approve the plan by Dec. 9. Mississippi’s largest private utility also agreed […] [...]

PSC approves rate hike for Mississippi River Gas

FLOWOOD — Natural gas rates are going up for customers of Mississippi River Gas, LLC. The Flowood-based company serves almost 3,300 customers around Port Gibson, Fayette, Bogue Chitto, Tchula and Natchez. The Mississippi Public Service Commission approved the rate increases earlier this month. Customers will now have to pay a basic charge of $9 a […] [...]

Entergy wants PSC to approve overhaul of entire rate structure

JACKSON — Entergy Corp. officials tell The Associated Press they will ask Mississippi regulators to overhaul the power provider’s entire rate structure in a proposal that would generated an estimated $49 million increase in annual revenue. The rate overhaul would be the company’s first in 12 years. Entergy Mississippi CEO Haley Fisackerly tells The Associated […] [...]

Entergy bills to rise; PSC approves rate hike

JACKSON — Entergy Corp. customers in Mississippi will pay about 5 percent more over 2014′s second half, as the company recoups higher natural gas fuel costs. The increase was approved unanimously today by the Mississippi Public Service Commission. Electricity bills will go up by $5.58 a month, from July through December, for residential customers using […] [...]

Mississippi Power asks for rate hike to meet fuel costs

GULFPORT — Mississippi Power Co. says it needs to charge more in 2014 for fuel as part of its yearly rate evaluation. The unit of Atlanta-based Southern Co., in a filing with the Mississippi Public Service Commission, says it wants to raise rates by 3.35 percent. For residential customers, bills would go up 2.66 percent […] [...]

Insurance Department files lawsuit; looks to block federal rate hikes

JACKSON — The Mississippi Department of Insurance filed a lawsuit yesterday against the federal government to try to block rates from increasing Oct. 1 in the National Flood Insurance Program. State Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney said that unless something changes, some customers could see their rates rise by more than 3,000 percent because of a […] [...]

New mayor proposes rate, tax hikes in Capital City

JACKSON — Mayor Chokwe Lumumba has proposed sweeping water and sewer rate hikes and a one-time tax increase that together will raise more than $36 million in new revenue. In his remarks to the Jackson City Council yesterday, Lumumba repeatedly returned to the theme of doing what is necessary, instead of what is politically convenient. […] [...]

CenterPoint customers to see increase in monthly bill

JACKSON — Rates are going up for CenterPoint’s natural gas customers in Mississippi. The Mississippi Public Service Commission approved a rate increase that will cost the average CenterPoint residential customer an additional $1.58 a month. The average small commercial customer will pay about $4 more per month. The increase goes into effect today, the company […] [...]

Cooperative raising rates due to Kemper plant costs

MERIDIAN — East Mississippi Electric Power Association is raising rates for some customers because of higher wholesale power rates charged by Mississippi Power Co. to cover the costs of its Kemper County power plant. The Meridian-based electric cooperative says customers in Lauderdale, Clarke, Newton, Wayne and Jasper counties will see power rates rise by 9.3 […] [...]

Commissioners want more info on gas utility’s plan

JACKSON — Regulators want to look again at an Atmos Energy Corp. plan to raise connection charges and cut rates for natural gas. The Mississippi Public Service Commission voted for more study, with commissioners expressing concerns about raising bills for people who use little natural gas in summer. Dallas-based Atmos wants to raise monthly connection […] [...]

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