Posts Tagged ‘ratepayer’

Gas utilities want regulators to approve previously unapproved rates

by Associated Press Published: June 22,2012

Tags: cooling, energy, heating, natural gas, rate, ratepayer, regulation, regulator, utility

NORTH MISSISSIPPI — Six municipally owned natural gas utilities are asking state regulators to approve rates they’ve already been charging customers without approval. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports the requests have been filed with the Public Service Commission by utilities in Pontotoc, Batesville, Booneville, Holly Springs, New Albany and Walnut. Northern District Public Service […] [...]

AP analyzes impact of Mississippi Power’s proposed rate increase

by Associated Press Published: June 20,2012

Tags: electricity, energy, media, power, power bill, power distribution, power generation, rate, rate increase, ratepayer, utility

KEMPER COUNTY — Regulators meeting Friday could allow Mississippi Power Co. to collect an additional $58.6 million in the last six months of 2012. That would start paying for the $2.76 billion power plant the company is building in Kemper County. Filings made Thursday with the Public Service Commission show that the average residential customer’s […] [...]

Mississippi Power petitions for rate hike to pay for Kemper plant

KEMPER COUNTY — Mississippi Power Co. wants a 6 percent rate increase to pay for the coal-fired power plant it is building in Kemper County. Jeff Shepard, a spokesman for the Gulfport-based unit of Southern Co., said yesterday that would increase the company’s overall revenue from its 193,000 customers by about $50 million. The Mississippi […] [...]

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