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Topic - Mississippi Power Co.
Mississippi has another utility that would like, at least someday, to collect some money for a power plant it hasn't built yet.
Troubles at the Kemper County power plant that Mississippi Power Co. is building are so great that they're dragging down the stock of parent Southern Co.
Upcoming hearings on whether Mississippi Power Co. should be able to get customers to pay for its Kemper County power plant have been postponed.
Southern Co. says it has signed a deal with a state-owned Chinese coal and energy company to work together to develop coal technologies, based in part on the coal gasification and carbon capture technology that Southern subsidiary Mississippi Power Co. is deploying at the $5 billion Kemper County power plant.
A judge will sort out which records about Mississippi Power Co.'s Kemper County power plant should be released to a group that opposes the plant.
The Southern Co. says it will cost at least another $177 million to finish the power plant it's building in eastern Mississippi's Kemper County, pushing the total cost above $5.2 billion
Mississippi Power Co. officials say they are on track to complete the installation of two new scrubbers on time at Plant Daniel in Jackson County.
The Southern Co. says it may cost another $40 million to finish the $5 billion-plus power plant and mine it's building in eastern Mississippi's Kemper County.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi's state auditor and a legislative watchdog committee say there's no merit to allegations that an opponent of Mississippi Power Co.'s Kemper County plant misspent state money.
In the woods of east Mississippi, a subsidiary of Atlanta-based Southern Co. is pouring billions of dollars into construction of a power plant that burns coal but would emit less carbon dioxide. It's a response to looming efforts by federal regulators trying to curtail gases blamed for climate change.