Greater Jackson Alliance
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Greater Jackson Industrial Center
111 Capitol Building
Jackson Convention Center
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Office Park
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Clinton Business Park
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South Pointe
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5630 I-55 Building
Echelon Business Park
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Mississippi has abundant, dependable and reasonably priced electric power. Some of the major electric suppliers are Entergy Mississippi (Entergy Corporation), Mississippi Power Company (Southern Company), and the Tennessee Valley Authority. Numerous private electric power association cooperatives and several municipal systems also serve the state. The Electric Power Associations is a 26 member-owned not-for-profit group that represents the rural electric cooperatives in Mississippi.

To support Mississippi's economic development efforts, electric suppliers offer incentive electricity pricing to new manufacturing industries and to existing manufacturing industries that make significant expansions.



There are numerous telecommunication providers in the region that can provide your company with reliable internet and phone services. 

Interexchange Carriers:
AT&T Communications of the South
Verizon Business
Birch Telecom of the South
Telepak Networks
XFoneUSA, Inc.




AT&T Communications of the South
Verizon Business
Integrity Online


Natural Gas

There are 12 private distribution natural gas companies, 6 private direct sales natural gas companies, and 48 municipal natural gas systems serving Mississippi. Thirteen interstate pipeline companies, most with open access transportation, and four major gas storage facilities supply Mississippi distributors through 11,000 miles of interstate and intrastate natural gas and crude oil transmission pipelines. This means that nearly all communities in the state can provide natural gas for industrial use.


Water and Wastewater

The State of Mississippi is blessed with an abundance of drinking water that is readily available. The state's more than 1,600 public water systems provide clean, safe drinking water for more than two million Mississippians.

The Mississippi State Department of Health, through its Division of Water Supply, is the regulatory agency for the state's public water systems. The Mississippi Drinking Water Program serves as a model to the nation for its cooperative efforts with water systems aimed at providing water that meets all Federal and State Safe Drinking Water Act Standards.

Wastewater permitting activities are handled by the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality. Industries wishing to discharge to waters of the state must obtain an National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) wastewater permit from the state. Because of the abundant surface water in Mississippi, there are many locations for discharge.


September 8, 2017
Baptist Memorial Health Care opening a 250 employee business office in downtown Jackson

Baptist Memorial Health Care announced Thursday plans to establish a regional business office in the Regions Plaza building in downtown Jackson.

Baptist will lease four floors at 210 E. Capitol St. occupying a total of 41,000 square feet of space that will house 250 employees.

July 19, 2017
Multicraft International celebrates New Division Opening - Creates 50 Jobs

Officials from Multicraft International, state and local leaders recently celebrated the grand opening of the company's new division, Multicraft Ventures, LLC, in Pelahatchie. The project is a $2 million corporate investment and creates 50 jobs.


July 17, 2017
Global Automotive Supplier Calsonic Kansei Expands in Madison

Gov. Phil Bryant and officials from global automotive supplier Calsonic Kansei announced the company’s expansion in Madison. The $16.33 million corporate investment creates 98 new jobs.

“Mississippi’s outstanding reputation in the automotive industry is known worldwide,” Gov. Bryant said. “Calsonic Kansei’s addition of so many new jobs in Madison once again puts our state on the global stage. The expansion proves we have the workforce and business climate to ensure industry leaders like Calsonic enjoy years of success in Mississippi.”

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