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Entergy Mississippi rates to increase 4% in February

January 7, 2014

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JACKSON, Mississippi – Entergy Mississippi customers will see a rate increase of about 4 percent beginning in February, mainly due to rising natural gas costs and an under-recovery of fuel costs in 2013. Fuel costs are passed through to the customer dollar-for-dollar with no profit to the company. With the increase, the typical residential customer […]

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Positioned for Progress “super conference” to meet Blueprint goals

May 6, 2013

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Members of Mississippi’s non-profit, government and philanthropic organizations will gather at the Jackson Convention Complex today and tomorrow for the 2013 Positioned for Progress conference to look for more proactive ways to invest in Mississippi’s future. The so-called ‘super conference’ combines four state organizations’ annual conferences into one mass gathering where professionals from the varied […]

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Entergy’s Fisackerly named new MEC chairman

April 12, 2013

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Haley Fisackerly, Mississippi Economic Council Chairman 2013-14, talks with MBJ-TV video journalist Stephen McDill about his upcoming term.

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OP-ED — FISACKERLY: Four key steps to ensure low-cost, reliable power for years to come

March 9, 2013

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In 2012, Entergy Mississippi, Inc. took four key steps toward meeting the ever-growing challenge of providing an ample supply of affordable, reliable electricity to our customers today and into the future. These were high value, long term, big ideas that will provide big savings in the not-too-distant future and help keep our rates low for […]

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McComb wins Entergy Mississippi makeover

October 18, 2012

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Entergy Mississippi has awarded the city of McComb’s Depot District $100,000 as part of its 2012 Mississippi Makeover grant competition. According to an Entergy press release, McComb must match the grant with at least $25,000 in cash and $25,000 of in-kind support. The money will go towards revitalizing the rail town’s historic district, Ironwood Greenway and […]

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