Mississippi Power & Southern Company’s FRAUD on Local Radio

I bet this topic will NOT be brought up in Mississippi Supreme court since the Sierra Club is a Non-Government Agency for the United Nations.   My understanding is the Sierra Club is a tool used to put laws into place by bringing litigation to UN connected programs and then settling or causing  decisions to be placed into law moving the Agenda of the UN forward.  We will see.  If they really cared they would demand to have the CO2 controversy proven in court to settle the science.

From Youtube

Mississippi Power‘s CO2 Capturing Lignite Coal Plant in Kemper County is based on FRAUDULENT SCIENCE. My favorite Gulf Coast Morning Radio Show host Kipp Greggory, interviewed former NASA scientist and White House Adviser, John L Casey, Author of COLD SUN. This is a portion of the exchange.
The Space and Science Research Corporation, (SSRC) is an independent scientific research organization in Orlando, Florida, USA. It has become the leading research organization in the United States on the subject of the science and planning for the next climate change to a long lasting cold era especially with regard to alerting the government, the media, and the people of the need to prepare for this new climate era.

Its staff of Supporting Researchers includes some of the world’s best in the fields of solar physics and geology including earthquake science and volcanism.

The SSRC and its President, Mr. John L. Casey, have an established record of accuracy in climate change predictions using the Relational Cycle Theory or RC Theory of climate change, a theory based on solar cycles as the main drivers behind the Earth’s variations in climate.
The Mission of the SSRC Is: To provide an independent un-biased resource for the government, media, corporations, and the people on important areas of scientific research and engineering, especially the science behind the next climate change and measures that can be taken to prepare for it.

Supreme court will hear Kemper Coal Plant arguments Mississippi Power & Southern Company

Supreme court will hear Kemper Coal Plant arguments

by MBJ Staff  (Mississippi Business Journal)

Published: November 4,2011

The Mississippi Supreme Court will hear arguments from the Sierra Club challenging the state Public Service Commission’s approval of the project in Kemper County by Mississippi Power Co. Mississippi Power has started construction of the $2.4 billion coal plant.

Oral arguments are scheduled for Dec. 14.

The suit was filed and heard in Harrison County Chancery Court. Judge Jim Persons ruled in favor of the Commission and Gulfport-based Mississippi Power in February.

Mississippi Power began building the Kemper plant after the Commission passed a second conditional approval of the facility with 2-1 vote in May 2010.

The Commission’s first conditional approval was passed in April of 2010 and capped the project at $2.4 billion, among other restrictions. The second order, passed approximately one month later, limits the plant’s cost overruns to $2.88 billion and also allows the utility to charge customers for financing costs before the plant becomes operational.

The Sierra Club believes the Commissions’ second conditional approval of the plant is arbitrary and  unsupported by evidence presented in extensive hearings regarding the project.

The suit says that the Commissioners “did not explain how their finding that a $2.88 billion cost was acceptable could be squared with their previous finding that there is no evidence to support a cost of over $2.4 billion.”

State Sierra Club director Louie Miller said the club has taken on the unexpected role of consumer advocate in addition to environmental advocate in this case.

Included in the suit is an effort to make customer rate impacts from the plant available to the public.

Consumers Should Not Foot the Bill For Kemper County Plant

Consumers should not foot the bill for Kemper County plant

I learned recently that Liberty Fuels Co. LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of North American Coal Corp. of Bismarck, N.D., has applied for a permit to mine lignite coal in east Mississippi that would be burned at the Kemper County plant.

The application calls for Liberty Fuels to mine two million tons of lignite per year for the Kemper project during the first five-year permit. Thereafter, it would mine 4.1 million tons per year through 2052. The mine would cover 31,000 acres over 40 years, eventually becoming the largest coal mine operation in the state. On Oct. 18, the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality will hold a public hearing in DeKalb to discuss Liberty Fuels’ permit application.

Mississippi Power (a subsidiary of the Southern Co.) President and CEO Ed Day has stated in several recent interviews that he feels the decision to move forward with the Kemper project was a good one, and that the plant is on schedule and on budget. He also confirmed that he expects customers’ rates to increase 30 to 33 percent over the next 10 years as a direct result of the plant.

In the recent court presentation, (Harrison County Chancery Court, Feb. 14) Mississippi Power representatives reported commercial lenders available to the company were not willing to loan funds for the project.

The Southern Co. is one of the largest utility companies in the country. It has over $17 billion in gross sales, and pays a dividend of $4.46 per share on 858 million shares. There is no reason for consumers to pay in advance for the Kemper project.

The fact that Mississippi customers would be forced to pay for the plant’s construction over a three-year period even though they would receive no benefits during that time, and the fact that the process is experimental and without certainty of achieving the desired result, as well as the potential negative impact of the project on the environment, appeared to be of no concern to the Public Service commissars who approved the project.

In my view this project is not only an expensive investment for Mississippi electric power users, but an environmental disaster. The use of lignite for energy generation is not necessary. Most energy experts believe the cleanest fuel for power generation — besides nuclear energy — is natural gas. An assessment of the availability of natural gas made in July 2008 indicated an increase of available U.S. supply by over 30 percent by the mid-2020s.


Bay St. Louis

Read more: http://www.sunherald.com/2011/10/02/3474315/consumers-should-not-foot-the.html#ixzz1ZixOtTvU

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