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RFP alert: NIPSCO seeks up to 650 MW of capacity for delivery starting in 2024

NIPSCO is considering all sources, including dispatchable and semi-dispatchable generation, renewables, storage, emerging technologies, and other capacity resources.

Developers propose more utility-scale solar for Indiana

AEP Energy signed on for the first 480 MW of a planned 1.65 GW solar energy facility planned for 12,000 acres in northern Indiana.

NIPSCO brings another 200 MW of solar to Indiana

The Elliot Solar project is NIPSCO’s latest planned capacity addition as the utility continues to pursue renewables to ease its coal plant retirements.

Indiana regulators slash a net metering rate, advise solar owners to buy a battery

One installer said the ruling would extend payback periods to as long as 25 years and effectively dry up new business in southwest Indiana.


Duke Energy Renewables looks to build 175 MW of solar in Indiana

The $180 million project would spread across two counties just southwest of Indianapolis.

With no electric pickup trucks available, Inovateus Solar switches to horses and carriages to maintain its sustainability commitment

Working with local horse breeders, Inovateus will lease 10 horses with 10 custom flat-bed horse carriages for its sales team and solar project managers.


NIPSCO and EDP Renewables bring 200 MW of solar to Indiana

The utility signed a PPA for EDP’s upcoming Indiana Crossroads Solar Park, as part of NIPSCO’s effort to become coal-free by 2028.


10 energy bills to watch in the 2021 state legislative session

From Hawaii banning fossil fuels to Kentucky outlawing floating solar PV, these 10 energy bills are worth watching in 2021


Indiana looks to establish statewide renewable development regulations

H.B.1381, which would establish standardized renewable development regulations across the state, has passed in the Indiana House and now moves to the Senate.

NIPSCO adds solar capacity through a 280 MW PPA

The Indiana utility plans to be coal-free by 2028 by adding a combination of cleaner energy sources to its existing mix of natural gas and hydroelectric generation.

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