Indiana's energy efficiency program is being eliminated, so lawmakers need to decide on an alternative next year.
The Indiana Farm Bureau president says ethanol now accounts for 40 percent of the state's corn production.
People who rallied at the statehouse today say Indiana needs to include renewables as a key part of its new energy policy.
After lawmakers eliminated the Energizing Indiana program, Governor Mike Pence says the state needs to rethink its energy strategy.
The Williams Dam was originally built as a hydroelectric dam in 1910 but was decommissioned in the 1950s.
The "Stalk Stoker" converts biomass into energy using a system four times more efficient than traditional technology.
Indiana ranked 7th in the nation for coal production in 2010, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
If it’s not renewed, companies that own those farms will have to pay more in corporate income taxes.
County officials say they’ll have to take some risks if they agree to the tax break.
A bill on its way to the Indiana House would mandate that 10 percent of Indiana power come from renewable sources by 2020.