Energy Policy

Energy must be safely and reliably delivered to Hoosiers at the least-cost possible. Consumer-oriented energy policies that create investment in renewables and energy efficiency make sense as the costs of coal and nuclear energy become more expensive.


CAC, Earthjustice, & Vote Solar Urge Duke Energy to Improve Public Input Opportunities & Pursue Cleaner, Affordable Alternative Path

According to comments and reports submitted by Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana (CAC), in partnership with Earthjustice and Vote Solar, Duke Energy Indiana (Duke) failed to comply with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission’s (IURC) rules governing Integrated Resource Plans (IRPs). Duke broke the rules by declining to properly provide opportunities for public engagement in their 2021 Integrated Resource Plan for electric utilities.

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Hoosiers are Suffering a Utility Affordability Crisis

CAC calls on Governor Holcomb to establish a Utility Affordability Task Force with the stated goal of ensuring all Hoosiers have uninterrupted access to essential utility services and are able to remain comfortable and safe in their own homes.

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Advocates Celebrate Indiana Court Decision

A broad coalition of solar companies, along with environmental and consumer advocates, has prevailed at the Indiana Court of Appeals in a case challenging approval of CenterPoint’s “excess distributed generation” (“EDG”) tariff for rooftop solar.

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