Media Confirmation about Mississippi -Problems with coals 2016 and In the state will be opened many new industrial sites – connected with energy as predicted by Clairvoyant/Psychic Dimitrinka Staikova in her Ebook :
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Publication Date: December 7, 2015
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Mississippi and State Governor Phil Bryant World Predictions about USA 2016 – Psychic Predictions by Clairvoyant House “Dimitrinka Staikova and Daughters Stoyanka and Ivelina Staikova ” – from Europe,Bulgaria,Varna – 1.12.2015, 5pm.
…In the state will be opened many new industrial sites – connected with energy, which are financed by four sources with small ammount of money. Follows, until the end of year 2015 – refinancing and since March 2016 the first opened industrial sites enter into a rhythm of work. In the future, in the state is beginning the financing of object connected with the Space. These are a few sites(objects), uncluding underground, which will make a large scale composition, intended for a military time (war time) or radiation. The site is secret – overground and underground part – a whole city.
This is a large-scale event, but it will be known only to the local people. In this connection – money will be givven about entertainment events and social assistance – including also land. There will be new constructions, but they will be controlled. The state of Mississippi will have problems because of coals. There will be many industrial actions because of closing manufactures…
Mississippi canceled a public meeting planned for February, shortly after the Supreme Court froze implementation of the rule.
“The stay, so long as it is in place, stops any of the requirements of the Clean Power Plan from becoming effective; therefore, [Mississippi’s Department of Environmental Quality] is suspending its efforts to develop a state implementation plan until there is a final court ruling,” which likely will not come until late 2017 or early 2018, said Chad LaFontaine, chief of the energy and greenhouse gases branch of DEQ’s Air Division.
Mississippi must cut its carbon emissions rate 18 percent by 2030…
…The state stands out because Mississippi Power Co. is building a coal-gasification plant with carbon capture technology. U.S. EPA relaxed a carbon capture technology requirement for all new coal-fired power plants in the final rule….
Critics of the carbon capture and storage mandate argue that the technology is too expensive and is not yet widely available commercially, pointing to projects such as Mississippi Power’s Kemper County energy facility, which has suffered from delays and cost overruns.
February 24, 2016 at 6:05
#Kemper plant costs at almost $7 billion and rising