A bill in the legislature would keep the state from holding utilities to energy savings goals and eliminate the Energizing Indiana program.
Purdue University researchers are predicting electricity rates will rise 32 percent by 2023, but demand will remain stagnant.
The utility companies did not use all of the money they collected from rate-payers last year to fund energy efficiency programs.
City and Duke Energy officials are waiting until the electrical meters dry out to turn the power back on in some houses.
A Bloomington-based company plans to expand its employee base, but its mainly does business outside Indiana.
The city turned off the electricity to People's Park on Wednesday morning because it says the outlets were becoming a safety hazard.
IU would be the first Big Ten school to use the stationary bikes as a significant source of power.
A report from Purdue University’s State Utility Forecasting Group predicts electricity rates in Indiana will go up 20 percent in just the next six years.
Cleanup has begun from Monday evening’s severe weather which left scores of trees uprooted and some people displaced from their homes because of the damage.
When the recession deepened in 2009, peak power usage plummeted by 12%. That trend should reverse itself this season.