Mississippi’s Three Largest Solar Projects Get Regulatory Approval

2016-06-15T19:42:24-07:00November 12th, 2015|News|

For full article see Utility Dive, 12 November 2015. Solar hasn't taken off in Mississippi as it has in other states. In particular, there has been contention over Mississippi's lack of a net metering policy, which the state's biggest utilities — Mississippi Power and Entergy Mississippi — oppose. The current PSC has until the end of the year to make a [...]

Mississippi Solar To Go From 1 MW To 106 MW

2016-06-15T19:42:53-07:00November 11th, 2015|News|

For full article see SolarLove.org November 11, 2015. Mississippi currently has about one megawatt of solar power installed, and is one of the worst American states for solar, but that is going to change soon. The Mississippi Public Service Commission approved 105 MW of utility-scale solar farms, and Mississippi Power will collaborate with the US Navy and three [...]

Regulator Green-Lights 105MW of PV in Mississippi

2016-06-15T19:43:26-07:00November 11th, 2015|News|

For full article see PV Tech, November 11, 2015. State regulators have given their backing to the construction of three PV projects totaling 105MW in Mississippi. Power from the installations will be sold under long-term contracts between the projects’ developers and utility Mississippi Power. The largest project is a 52MW array which will be built [...]

PSC Approves Mississippi Power’s Utility-Scale Solar Projects

2016-06-15T19:44:27-07:00November 10th, 2015|News|

For full article see Mississippi Power News Center, November 10, 2015. The Mississippi Public Service Commission approved the largest solar installations in Mississippi today, making Mississippi Power the largest partner in renewable energy in the state. Mississippi Power is collaborating with three solar energy businesses and the U.S. Navy to build 105 MW of utility-scale [...]