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The IURC denied Duke Energy's request for a $1.87B rate increase!

Since 2006, Duke has been planning and building one of the most expensive coal plants in US history, and they want us to pay for it.

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August 25, 2016

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January 20, 2016

Duke IGCC Settlement Fact Sheet

In the Media

February 25, 2011

Next week marks the second opportunity for the public to provide comment on Duke Energy’s problem-plagued Edwardsport coal gasification plant. The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) will hold field hearings Feb. 28 at Columbus North High School and March 1 at the Kokomo Event Center. Both field hearings will begin at 5:30 PM.

December 9, 2010

Citizens Action Coalition celebrates the withdrawal of the Settlement Agreement with respect to the scandal-plagued Edwardsport IGCC. Despite being a party to case, CAC was excluded from settlement negotiations. This proposed settlement was a bad deal for the ratepayers of Indiana and only promised to continue shifting the burden of cost and risk onto the public while Duke Energy realized all the profits.

November 22, 2010

Today the Citizens Action Coalition, Sierra Club Hoosier Chapter, Save the Valley and Valley Watch called for critical consumer protections against cost overruns at the scandal-plagued Edwardsport coal gasification project caused by misdeeds of Duke Energy and State of Indiana officials. Specifically, the groups called on the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission to open two separate investigations to assess the economic impacts on the project of:

November 9, 2010

 

Yesterday’s firings by Duke Energy of President Michael W. Reed and staff attorney Scott Storms raise serious questions about what was uncovered by Duke in its internal investigations pertaining to the ongoing ethics scandal.  On November 5, Duke President James Rogers stated before the IURC that if any misconduct was discovered, his company would take “decisive and appropriate actions.”  

November 9, 2010

Yesterday’s firings by Duke Energy of President Michael W. Reed and staff attorney Scott Storms raise serious questions about what was uncovered by Duke in its internal investigations pertaining to the ongoing ethics scandal. On November 5, Duke President James Rogers stated before the IURC that if any misconduct was discovered, his company would take “decisive and appropriate actions.”

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