The EPA’s new power plant rule aims to cut carbon dioxide emissions in the Hoosier State by about 28 percent by 2030.
New EPA rules require Indiana reduce its carbon emissions at least 28 percent by 2030. How that's done is left largely up to the state.
Indiana is being required to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions about 28 percent by 2030.
The Obama administration will unveil final rules for carbon emissions Monday, which will include state by state goals.
Indianapolis Power and Light plans to replace its current coal-fired power plant near Martinsville with a new natural gas plant.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the EPA could change emission thresholds for certain industries.
Gov. Mike Pence says the EPA's plan to reduce CO2 emissions 30 percent by 2030 could cost Indiana thousands of jobs.
Indiana ranked 7th in the nation for coal production in 2010, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
The governor says the new standards would damage the state’s energy future.
Currently, algae can do no more than inch IU forward in its long path toward eliminating its carbon emissions.