Solar installers in two Indiana communities rushed to finish projects before a state law limiting net metering took effect Jan. 1.
At the Indianapolis International Airport, officials say a fleet of electric airport shuttles will be the nation’s largest — at nine — once three new shuttles arrive next year.
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.
The route ahead for one of Indiana’s largest coal plants is clouded by a lawsuit over a lease and costly pollution control upgrades, but environmental advocates say the destination should be clear: retirement, and soon.