IUPUI’s engineering department is adding an additional focus on the future of energy.
Indiana utility regulators have approved Vectren Corp.'s plan to upgrade its electrical grid and pass those costs onto its customers through rate increases.
The same technology will be used in buses in coming years.
Mayor Joe Hogsett plans to retrofit more than 27,000 city street lights with energy-efficient LED technology and use the savings to add 4,000 lights.
Solarize Terre Haute is hosting the first of four informational meetings on Monday at 7 p.m. at the United Methodist Temple.
Notre Dame announced in 2015 that it would stop burning coal within five years and cut its carbon output by more than half by 2030.
The three-year project will focus on how to add larger amounts of silicon, which helps conserve energy, to the small steel components of electric motors.
The system will save nearly $9,000 in energy costs each year.
The bill would slowly lower the amount Hoosiers receive for selling excess energy back to the grid.
Indiana is one of 28 states suing the Environmental Protection Agency over the Clean Power Plan, which President Donald Trump began rolling back Tuesday.