Kemper County energy facility is operating only on natural gas since the Public Service Commission asked Mississippi Power to abandon its plans to operate on lignite coal. The company wrote off $6 billion in costs but has not been able to come to an agreement on whether rates should be lowered.
Kemper County energy facility is operating only on natural gas since the Public Service Commission asked Mississippi Power to abandon its plans to operate on lignite coal. The company wrote off $6 billion in costs but has not been able to come to an agreement on whether rates should be lowered. Sun Herald File
Kemper County energy facility is operating only on natural gas since the Public Service Commission asked Mississippi Power to abandon its plans to operate on lignite coal. The company wrote off $6 billion in costs but has not been able to come to an agreement on whether rates should be lowered. Sun Herald File

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