Governors of five states agreed to increase access to electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the Midwest.
The Indiana-based manufacturer hires formerly incarcerated people who are reintegrating into the workforce at its solar module plant.
Oriden and Origis Energy are developing the solar capacity, which could be in service by 2023.
The agreement follows a long-term renewable energy purchase agreement signed in April for the first phase of the project, covering 480 MW.
The 250 MW solar + 180 MWh storage project in southwest Indiana will be connected to the utility’s existing Petersburg Generating Station.
Indiana regulators have approved the 195 MW Hardy Hills Solar project, the most recent on a flood of 100 MW+ solar projects planned for the Hoosier State.
The global manufacturer of specialty materials announced plans to build its first silicon fiber anode production line for lithium-ion battery improvement.
The portfolio includes the 150 MW Blackford Solar project and the 200 MW Blackford wind projects; the solar capacity would be among the state’s largest once completed.
NIPSCO is considering all sources, including dispatchable and semi-dispatchable generation, renewables, storage, emerging technologies, and other capacity resources.