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New Report: Indiana Should Decarbonize Steel and Aluminum Facilities to Protect Hoosier Jobs

Indiana has a strong industrial job base, but the state’s steel and aluminum industries are at risk of losing their competitive edge amid the clean energy transition unless they pivot to low-carbon metals, according to new research the American...


Duke’s Coal Gasification Boondoggle Continues to Rip-Off Ratepayers

Edwardsport IGCC produced ZERO electricity from coal in April, May, and June


IURC Must Consider Affordability in I&M Solar Case

CAC recommends that the IURC approve the two solar PPAs while denying the two costly PSA projects proposed to be owned and operated by the Company.


CAC Requests FERC Investigate MISO for Spending at Florida Luxury Resort

MISO’s Board of Directors and Advisory Committee annual meeting is scheduled for December 5-8, 2022, nearly 600 miles outside of MISO’s service territory, at a Ritz Carlton in Orlando, Florida. CAC is demanding that FERC deny MISO the ability to...

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Unreliable Fossil-Fuel Plants, High Coal and Gas Costs Lead to NIPSCO Rate Hike

If approved by the IURC, the average NIPSCO residential customer electric bill will increase by $6.14 per month beginning in February of 2023 and continuing through April of 2023, according to NIPSCO’s filing.


Broken Coal Plant Leads to Rising CenterPoint Electric Bills

If approved by the IURC, the average CenterPoint residential customer electric bill will increase by $13.20 for the months of February, March, and April of 2023, according to CenterPoint’s filing.


Expensive, Unreliable Fossil Fuels Causing Yet Another Duke Rate Increase

Hoosier families served by Duke will pay more than $40/month more on average beginning in October than they did during the same period last year.


CAC Condemns IURC Approval of CenterPoint Costly Gas Plants

Today, the IURC approved CenterPoint’s request to build two new gas power plants that will sit idle most of the time and significantly increase customer bills in the midst of a utility affordability crisis.


State Legislature Limits Growth of Indiana Solar Energy

This Independence Day, the Indiana General Assembly is making sure that Hoosiers will have less freedom to lower our outrageous energy bills by eliminating net metering.


High Fossil Gas Prices Drive Looming 19% Rate Increase for AES-IN Ratepayers

AES is projecting that the price of fossil gas will be 288% higher for the months of September through November in 2022 than they were during the same period in 2021. AES Indiana has delayed transitioning to more affordable and clean energy solutions...



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