Coal-fired power plants in Indiana are balancing federal demands with business pressures in a number of ways.
Peabody has more mines in Indiana than in any other state.
By many accounts, utility companies haven’t been scrambling to comply with the proposed regulations.
As the dramatic fall of the coal industry rapidly advances, the massive task of cleaning up after our energy appetites remains.
The company says the layoffs are the result of a decline in demand for coal.
The Obama administration will unveil final rules for carbon emissions Monday, which will include state by state goals.
The process will help IPL comply with EPA standards limiting coal-fired power plant emissions.
Director of the Hoosier Environmental Council says Pence should focus on the opportunities Indiana has for clean energy.
Indiana Power And Light Company says its dependence on coal will fall to 44 percent by 2017 as it switches to natural gas.
New Indiana laws are in effect, job discrimination legislation for veterans and how Indiana coal industry communities are preparing for new EPA regulations.