A report released by an Indiana watchdog group finds the rollback of Indiana’s energy efficiency mandate in 2014 has had serious costs for ratepayers and utilities.
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.