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New plant would more than double Miss. Power’s assets

Mississippi Power Company’s Kemper County lignite coal plant is the largest proposed addition to any electric utility rate base in state history. Financing it would require customers to pre-pay some of the company’s costs through Construction Work in Progress (CWIP) in rate base, which would be a first for Mississippi. The proposed plant would more ...

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