July 20, 2024

Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC)

NIPSCO Proposes New Gas Plant; Ind. Consumer Advocate Displeased
Tensions are building between NIPSCO and the Citizen Action Coalition of Indiana over the utility's proposal to build a new natural gas peaking plant.
Indiana Regulators Scrutinize Duke Self-commitments
Indiana regulators are collecting information on whether Duke is prudently handling the self-commitments of its coal units in the state.
Indiana Bill Seeks Slowdown of Coal Closures
The Indiana House of Reps passed a bill that could prolong the retiring or selling coal plants when the state is moving toward cleaner alternatives.
Regulators OK Duke’s $1.4B Indiana Grid Modernization
The IURC accepted a settlement negotiated between Duke Energy and local consumer groups on a statewide infrastructure upgrade plan.
MISO Names 3rd External Affairs Director in 5 Years
MISO has named Kari Bennett as its new executive director of external affairs — the third person to take on the position in less than five years.
Net Metering Battle Comes to Indiana
Solar energy advocates in Indiana are decrying a proposal that they say would effectively gut the state’s decade-old net metering law.
Duke to Make First Utility-Scale Solar Buy in Indiana
Duke plans to make its first substantial purchase of solar power in Indiana, giving customers the option to buy “locally sourced” solar energy credits.
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NIPSCO, Enviros Reach Pact on Renewables Pricing
NIPSCO has reached an agreement with environmentalists and consumer advocates on a new renewables tariff that will boost payments to small wind farms.

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