NIPSCO plans to keep burning coal in a predominately African American neighborhood for another decade.
Clean energy advocates say a report intended to chart a course for Indiana’s energy future instead uncritically endorses utilities’ pursuit of natural gas.
The state consumer advocate says the 50 MW project is a bad deal for ratepayers, but others say Indiana can’t delay on clean energy.
Three years after the landmark dismantling of Indiana’s energy efficiency standard, a drop in statewide energy savings that followed appears to have bottomed out.
Advocates say an Indiana utility’s plan to delay the installation of new wastewater pollution controls at its largest coal plant is among the first clear effects of President Trump’s aggressive rollback of environmental regulations.