Entergy Mississippi sees savings with power grid
Officials with Entergy Mississippi say they expect savings to customers of up to $284 million over a decade if an Indiana-based power grid operation takes over management of its high-voltage transmission lines. Entergy Mississippi officials discussed the proposal at a conference today in Jackson. Entergy proposes that its six regulated power utilities in Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas and Texas become part of the Midwest System Operator. MISO includes power companies that cover all or most of South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan as well as parts of Montana, Missouri, Kentucky and Ohio. The target date is late 2013. Entergy Mississippi provides electricity to more than 435,000 customers in 45 counties.
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