States with weaker policies are still seeing clean energy job growth thanks to changes within traditional industries.
NIPSCO wants to greatly reduce what its five largest customers pay for power while increasing residential fees.
Coal fuels almost 75 percent of Indiana’s electricity today and fossil fuels may continue to dominate the state’s power supply for decades unless new policies are enacted, according to a study by university researchers.
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.