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Involved with high-tech for last 30 years. Interested in energy.

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Mississippi could easily replace its remaining coal and begin to cut the share for natural gas generation by adding more solar/storage.  This is a small step in that direction.

Entergy Mississippi said in a news release that it will add 500 megawatts of renewable power by 2025 and another 500 megawatts by 2027. The company said renewable sources currently make up less than 1% of its power generating capability. That would grow to about 17% by 2025 and almost 33% in 2027.

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