People who rallied at the statehouse today say Indiana needs to include renewables as a key part of its new energy policy.
Indiana University will debut a smartphone app that alerts students when energy use on campus is exceeding certain amounts.
The plan includes easing restrictions on hours of service for propane transporters and providing more money to help low-income Hoosiers pay their energy bills.
Officials from the Office of Energy Development say they plan to submit energy policy recommendations to the governor in June.
AES plans to hire 100 new workers at its new headquarters.
Once complete, the 44,000 solar panels will generate enough energy to power more than 2,000 homes.
The latest numbers of people seeking money to help pay their high winter energy bills may be decreasing.
The IU energy master plan was presented to students and faculty at a public meeting Monday.
The public hearing on the energy master plan is scheduled next Monday at Whittenberger Auditorium in the Indiana Memorial Union.
Working with a colleague in China, an IU math professor has developed a theory that could explain dark energy and black holes.