Customers in more than 30 Indiana counties reported electrical issues to Duke Tuesday afternoon.
Duke Energy is leasing ground from Crane for the solar farm that includes about 76,000 panels.
Duke Energy is disposing coal ash from some of its Gallagher Station ponds into a landfill. Other ponds will be closed in place on the property.
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.
Duke Energy Indiana President Melody Birmingham-Byrd says it was "the perfect storm" and offered an apology to customers.
Robyn Morton says her bill this month was for $240, compared with $90 to $150 she normally pays.
This settlement builds on a previous agreement from 2012 that required Edwardsport’s shareholders to pay the full construction and start-up costs.
As part of a settlement, Duke Energy set a 2016 deadline for cutting out coal at its power plants.
If approved, it would be Duke's largest solar facility in Indiana.
If approved, customers would see a gradual rate increase averaging 0.75 percent each year from 2017 to 2022.