Posts Tagged ‘ratepayers’

Entergy Mississippi: Utility bills to decrease more than expected

JACKSON — Customers of Entergy Mississippi Inc. will see their rates drop more than previously announced through April, May and June, according to the utility. Haley Fisackerly, president and CEO for Entergy Mississippi, said, “With a continuation of low natural gas prices combined by efficient operations of our system by our employees we are able […] [...]

Presley supports Supreme Court’s reversal on Kemper power plant

KEMPER COUNTY — Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley has issued the following statement in response to the Supreme Court’s reversal of Mississippi Power Company’s Kemper County Coal Plant: “(This) 9-0 decision by the Mississippi Supreme Court reversing the $2.8 billion Kemper County Coal Plant is a major victory for each and every customer of Mississippi Power […] [...]

PSC may restrict utilities’ corporate travel expenses

JACKSON — The Mississippi Public Service Commission could vote this fall on a proposed rule designed to limit the corporate travel expenses that utility companies can pass along to customers. The three-member commission took comments on the proposal yesterday in Jackson. The rule would not prohibit utility companies from using private jets, but it would […] [...]

Entergy bills could fall 11 percent

by Published: November 18,2009

Tags: energy, ratepayers, utilities

JACKSON — Customers of Entergy Mississippi Inc. will likely soon see electric bills drop again, this time some 11 percent from January through March as compared to the same period in 2009. The company has submitted its routine quarterly fuel adjustment to the staff of the Mississippi Public Service Commission (MPSC). If approved, customers’ bills […] [...]

Entergy rates to go up, or down?

by Published: July 1,2009

Tags: electricity, ratepayers, utilities

JACKSON — Central District Public Service Commissioner Lynn Posey announced that the Public Service Commission (PSC) has issued orders to Entergy Mississippi Inc., which Posey says will reduce customer rates by $1.91 per 1,000 kilowatt hours for average residential customers. Northern District Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley, however, says he cast the sole vote blocking […] [...]

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