Duke Energy Indiana wants to expand solar power for customers.
Duke Energy is requesting the state approve a $1.9 billion plan to upgrade its electricity grid, which would be funded in part by rate increases.
Duke Energy says it took immediate action to correct a payment reporting error.
Duke Energy's $1.9 billion proposal would modernize its electricity grid across the state.
The power line is expected to run through Carroll, Cass, Miami and White counties, but some worry the route is too close to Grissom Air Reserve Base.
One of the main byproducts of burning coal, power companies usually store coal ash on site in largely unregulated ponds and pits.
There are 74 ponds that contain coal ash, a byproduct of coal fired power plants in Indiana, which is more than any other state in the country.
Solar Zentrum submitted a proposal to Duke Energy to build a solar farm in Bloomington.
Duke Energy is seeking proposals from companies that want to supply it with solar energy in order to fulfill a legal settlement Duke made last year.
The winter storm has left thousands without power around the state, but the number of outages is dropping.