A report from the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission found a steep decline in the use of coal for electricity generation.
Industry groups cheered the move, while environmental groups continue to decry the Trump Administration's rollback of Obama-era climate regulations.
The study finds cheap natural gas and declining power demand are driving coal and nuclear power plant closures.
Indiana’s three ports had their second-best start to the year ever in 2017.
Invasive species often take over reclaimed coal mines, but one partnership in southern Indiana is restoring a reclaimed mine to wildlife habitat.
While the coal advocates praise the move, it introduces "uncertainty" for the state's electric utilities.
The briefing in Terre Haute will detail Duke's proposed plans for the coal ash that's stored at its former Wabash River Generating Station.
While people in the industry are hopeful the president’s executive order overturning many Obama-era regulations will help, it might not make a huge difference.
Logansport Municipal Utilities' power plant shut down because it couldn't meet Obama's guidelines to curb climate change.
Indiana is one of 28 states suing the Environmental Protection Agency over the Clean Power Plan, which President Donald Trump began rolling back Tuesday.