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.
As heating bills rise during the winter months, some Hoosiers are likely to find themselves returning to a cycle of disconnection and reconnection.
Duke Energy Corporation’s top utility executive has resigned after questionable emails were published in the Indianapolis Star.
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels announced today the termination of Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission Chairman David Lott Hardy, effective immediately.