2,000 homes and businesses in Indianapolis are still without power, and as many as 31,000 people were without electricity over the weekend.
Hoosiers in Bloomington can expect to see more solar panels in the near future.
More than 12,000 people still don't have power after a wave of severe thunderstorms hit the state earlier this week.
City and Duke Energy officials are waiting until the electrical meters dry out to turn the power back on in some houses.
Electric utility officials say energy demands are high in these days of high heat, but they are still able to keep up with that demand.
When the recession deepened in 2009, peak power usage plummeted by 12%. That trend should reverse itself this season.
Falling trees knocked out power and caused property damage across Lawrence County.
A bill which has passed the Indiana Senate may bring the nuclear debate to the state’s General Assembly.
Indiana has been identified as one of the ten worst states for carbon dioxide pollution.
Thousands still in the dark following the latest round of nasty weather. Duke crews are working around the clock.