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Motion filed with PSC to speed up MS Power refunds

SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) -

The man who filed a lawsuit to have rate increases by Mississippi Power to pay for the Kemper County lignite plant overturned filed another motion this week. 

Thomas Blanton is asking the Mississippi Public Service Commission to force Mississippi Power to issue a refund for the right increase, in accordance with a ruling by the Mississippi Supreme Court.

The PSC has said it intends to look at plans to implement a refund to customers at its July 7 meeting. Blanton said he wants the timeline stepped up.

Mississippi Power has said it will comply with any ruling by the Public Service Commission.

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