Mississippi Silicon will locate a new silicon metal production facility in Burnsville in Tishomingo County.
The president of the Madison County Board of Supervisors said officials will negotiate with Nissan over property taxes in early 2014.
An initial 10-year tax exemption expires at the end of the year.
NEW YORK — The first trickle of fuels made from agricultural waste is finally winding its way into the nation’s energy supply, after years of
KiOR on Thursday reported a third quarter net loss of $43.1 million, or 40 cents per share. This is a $4.6 million increase in net loss from the year’s second quarter.
The third quarter ended Sept. 30.
JACKSON — Mississippi Power Co. says the expected cost of the power plant it’s building in Kemper County has risen another $150 million because of
By day, Jimmie Nance is typically busy shifting gears on an excavator, demolishing dilapidated houses.
On Thursday in the Northaven Woods community, Nance was lowering the boom and opening the thumb and bucket on the large apparatus to uproot a small, stubborn tree.
Mitchell Brown makes sure Columbus residents have clean water to drink.
He does this by overseeing the city’s two water treatment and distribution plants and the equipment that processes raw water from 1,000 feet underground into something fit for consumption.
The Reynolds R. Ridgley Wastewater Treatment Plant in Columbus has the capacity to treat 10 million gallons of wastewater a day. It typically sees 6-8 million gallons on a daily basis.
Consecutive heavy rains sustained early this summer might have presented a challenge for the plant if there weren’t two massive storm lagoons totaling 80 acres just outside the entrance gate.
JACKSON — Regulators say Mississippi Power Co. needs to submit more evidence that it has spent money prudently on the power plant it’s building in
KiOR announced Wednesday that it is building a second biorefinery in Columbus but the Texas-based alternative fuel company says it’s too early to speculate on how many jobs will be at what is being called “Columbus II.”