A newly amended law allows a state-run agency to register one door-to-door sales industry for statewide licenses: cable companies.
A variety of public meetings will be held on the topic across the state.
Vectren North faces issues that violated multiple protocols which are being linked to a gas leak explosion.
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission has taken the last year and a half to develop some "best practices" for utility companies.
David Lott Hardy has yet to surrender to law enforcement, but his lawyer is negotiating a time for the former official to turn himself in.
The IURC will decide whether Duke customers must pay for close to a billion dollars in cost overruns.
When the recession deepened in 2009, peak power usage plummeted by 12%. That trend should reverse itself this season.
Duke is now requesting approval of an additional $500 million, promping the Office of Utility Consumer Counselor to recommend a cap on total costs.
A 15 percent increase should show up on Bloomington residents' water bills within the next 90 days.
Northern Indiana Public Service Company completes its merger with Kokomo Gas & Fuel.