Indiana startup Go Electric once focused on developing microgrids for the U.S. military but now is betting on mass producing microgrids for private companies.
The “21st century” development will include a tech incubator, renewable energy, and greenhouse warmed by waste heat.
Students, staff and parents say a waste-to-energy facility doesn’t belong across the street from a Gary, Indiana, charter school.
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.