Officials are drafting a new energy plan that will replace the Energizing Indiana program.
Legislation passed this session eliminates the Energizing Indiana Program, which was designed to encourage energy efficiency programs.
The legislation approved this session, precludes the state from holding utilities to energy savings goals.
A program that provides companies incentives to produce renewable energy could be eliminated if the governor signs legislation passed this week.
The utility companies did not use all of the money they collected from rate-payers last year to fund energy efficiency programs.
Indiana community and environmental leaders are working with legislators to develop an energy savings program they say will save money and create jobs.
The Monroe County Public library describes it as “lean, green and high-tech.” WTIU’s Noel Brennan shows us the library’s new energy-efficient bookmobile.
Several local agencies are partnering together this week to offer free energy assessments during “Beat the Meter Blitz.”