With the passage of SB 411, Indiana communities can opt to voluntarily adopt regulations that will qualify them as a wind- or solar-ready community. The standards are expected to significantly cut project development time, lower costs, and create thousands of jobs in the clean energy industries.
Duke is planning to construct or acquire up to 1.1GW of renewable energy generation, as well as up to 1.3GW of non-intermittent generation, like natural gas combustion turbines, combined-cycle units and stand-alone battery storage.
An attempt to circumvent the state’s already-limited net metering guidelines has been overturned in court, in a decision that distributed generation advocates see as an important step in strengthening the state’s market.
EDP Renewables North America has signed a PPA with cooperative Hoosier Energy to supply communities between the states of Indiana and Illinois from the Riverstart plant.
Emergent Solar Energy completed a solar microgrid system for a crop production facility in Indiana, which will offset nearly 4,000 tons of carbon dioxide in its lifetime.
Oriden and Origis Energy are developing the solar capacity, which could be in service by 2023.
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