Summary of Electricity Activity in Mississippi

Summary of Mississippi Generation

Mississippi is ranked #20 out of 51 U.S. states and territories in terms of total annual net electricity generation. electricity generation data is aggregated from Jan 2001 to Mar 2024.

Companies on File50
Plants on File85
Total Generation4.34G MMBtu
Total Sales 3.51G kWh
Total Revenue $387.22M

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Overall National Rank

#20 /51 U.S. States

In Net Annual Generation

Overall Annual Net Geneneration

78.5 TWh

Total Annual Fuel Consumption

683.8 M MMBtu

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Monthly Net Generation for Mississippi

Electricity Sales Distribution

Electricity Sales, Price, and Revenue Breakdown

SalesPrice (Avg)Revenue
Residential1.18G kWh14.24 cents/kWh$168.17M
Commercial1.04G kWh12.50 cents/kWh$129.45M
Industrial1.30G kWh6.91 cents/kWh$89.61M
Transportation0 kWh0.00 cents/kWh$0
Total3.51G kWh11.02 cents/kWh$387.22M

Production by Source

Largest 24 Power Plants in Mississippi

RankPlantUtilityLocationAnnual GenerationInitial Operation DateLast UpdateFuel Types
#10AttalaEntergy Mississippi LLCSallis, Mississippi3.4 TWhFeb 2001Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#5Batesville Generation FacilityCooperative EnergyBatesville, Mississippi5.4 TWhJul 2000Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#7CaledoniaTennessee Valley AuthoritySteens, Mississippi4.6 TWhMay 2003Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#16Chevron OilMississippi Power CoPascagoula, Mississippi1.1 TWhJun 1967Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#4Choctaw CountyEntergy Mississippi LLCFrench Camp, Mississippi5.9 TWhJun 2003Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#18Columbus MSInternational Paper Columbus MillColumbus, Mississippi559.6 GWhMay 1982Mar 2024 Black Liquor : 70.9% Wood/Wood Waste Solids : 19.3% Natural Gas : 9.3% Distillate Fuel Oil : 0.5%
#23Crossroads Energy CenterClarksdale Public UtilitiesClarksdale, Mississippi196.0 GWhJun 2002Dec 2022 Natural Gas
#19Georgia-Pacific Monticello PaperGeorgia-Pacific Monticello LLCMonticello, Mississippi473.3 GWhMay 1968Dec 2022 Black Liquor : 48.0% Natural Gas : 40.0% Wood/Wood Waste Solids : 12.0%
#17Gerald AndrusEntergy Mississippi LLCGreenville, Mississippi755.9 GWhDec 1974Dec 2022 Natural Gas
#1Grand GulfSystem Energy Resources, IncPort Gibson, Mississippi11.7 TWhJun 1985Mar 2024 Nuclear
#9Hinds Energy FacilityEntergy Mississippi LLCJackson, Mississippi3.5 TWhApr 2001Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#22International Paper Vicksburg MillInternational Paper Co-VicksbgVicksburg, Mississippi226.8 GWhDec 1966Mar 2024 Black Liquor : 50.5% Natural Gas : 32.5% Wood/Wood Waste Solids : 16.6%
#12Jack WatsonMississippi Power CoGulfport, Mississippi3.1 TWhMay 1957Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#20Leaf River Cellulose LLCLeaf River Cellulose LLCNew Augusta, Mississippi460.3 GWhJun 1984Mar 2024 Black Liquor : 79.0% Wood/Wood Waste Solids : 18.7% Natural Gas : 2.2%
#3Magnolia Power PlantTennessee Valley AuthorityAshland, Mississippi6.4 TWhJul 2003Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#14MoselleCooperative EnergyMoselle, Mississippi2.3 TWhJul 1970Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#15Quantum Choctaw Power LLCTennessee Valley AuthorityAckerman, Mississippi2.1 TWhMay 2006Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#11R D MorrowCooperative EnergyPurvis, Mississippi3.3 TWhMar 1978Feb 2024 Natural Gas
#8RatcliffeMississippi Power CoDe Kalb, Mississippi4.0 TWhJul 2014Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#13Red Hills Generating FacilityChoctaw Generation L.P, L.L.L.P.Ackerman, Mississippi2.6 TWhMar 2001Mar 2024 Lignite Coal : 99.7%
#24Sunflower CountySunflower County Solar Project, LLCRuleville, Mississippi194.0 GWhAug 2022Mar 2024 Solar
#21SylvarenaCooperative EnergyRaleigh, Mississippi256.3 GWhJun 2003Dec 2022 Natural Gas
#6TVA Southaven Combined CycleTennessee Valley AuthoritySouthaven, Mississippi5.0 TWhApr 2003Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#2Victor J Daniel JrMississippi Power CoEscatawpa, Mississippi10.0 TWhAug 1977Mar 2024 Natural Gas : 83.0% Subbituminous Coal : 15.2% Bituminous Coal : 1.8%

Electricity Generation by Mississippi Counties

State RankCounty# Power PlantsNet Generation
Past 12 Months
Net Generation
from Natural Gas
Net Generation
from Wind
Net Generation
from Solar
Net Generation
from Nuclear
#11Attala County, MS13.4 TWh3.4 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#4Benton County, MS16.4 TWh6.4 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#26Carroll County, MS168.4 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh68.4 GWh0.0 Wh
#27Chickasaw County, MS213.3 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh3.0 GWh0.0 Wh
#3Choctaw County, MS310.6 TWh8.0 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#1Claiborne County, MS111.7 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh11.7 TWh
#19Coahoma County, MS4196.0 GWh196.0 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#7DeSoto County, MS45.0 TWh5.0 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#24Forrest County, MS291.4 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh91.4 GWh0.0 Wh
#25George County, MS173.2 GWh73.2 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#12Harrison County, MS23.1 TWh3.1 TWh0.0 Wh5.8 GWh0.0 Wh
#9Hinds County, MS33.5 TWh3.5 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#2Jackson County, MS311.1 TWh9.4 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#23Jefferson Davis County, MS292.1 GWh92.1 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#13Jones County, MS12.3 TWh2.3 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#8Kemper County, MS24.1 TWh4.1 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#10Lamar County, MS33.5 TWh3.3 TWh0.0 Wh219.1 GWh0.0 Wh
#22Lauderdale County, MS4142.6 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh142.6 GWh0.0 Wh
#15Lawrence County, MS1473.3 GWh189.2 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#6Lowndes County, MS45.1 TWh4.6 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#5Panola County, MS35.4 TWh5.4 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#16Perry County, MS1460.3 GWh10.3 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#28Rankin County, MS11.5 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh1.5 GWh0.0 Wh
#17Smith County, MS5313.4 GWh313.4 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#20Sunflower County, MS2194.0 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh194.0 GWh0.0 Wh
#18Warren County, MS4268.6 GWh115.6 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#14Washington County, MS1755.9 GWh755.9 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#21Yazoo County, MS2175.3 GWh175.3 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh

Top 20 Electricity Producing Cities in Mississippi

Electricity Generation for Neighboring States

National RankStateNet Generation# Power Plants
#6Alabama151.5 TWh100
#26Arkansas67.1 TWh97
#2Florida278.4 TWh396
#8Georgia145.4 TWh303
#5Illinois198.5 TWh470
#17Indiana99.7 TWh260
#21Iowa77.9 TWh334
#28Kansas63.4 TWh193
#24Kentucky68.7 TWh79
#15Louisiana106.6 TWh131
#22Missouri72.0 TWh174
#9North Carolina140.3 TWh1,100
#7Ohio149.7 TWh283
#18Oklahoma97.7 TWh157
#13South Carolina110.4 TWh292
#19Tennessee87.3 TWh105
#1Texas587.8 TWh1,176
#16Virginia102.5 TWh281
#31West Virginia56.2 TWh64
#25Wisconsin68.4 TWh284

* Net Generation data is based on the last 12 months since Mar 2024