Coal-fired power plants in Indiana are balancing federal demands with business pressures in a number of ways.
Donnelly is targeted as a potential swing vote in the Senate.
A new solar farm about 20 miles south of Bloomington will help provide power to three southern Indiana counties.
Environmental groups are touting the economic impact of wind energy in Indiana as the state creates its 20-year energy plan.
Legislation that made its way to Governor Pence’s desk would halt a state-run energy conservation program.
Officials from the Office of Energy Development say they plan to submit energy policy recommendations to the governor in June.
Duke Energy has agreed to close part of its coal-burning power plant and allocate more resources to renewable energy.
An Evansville-based coal company plans to create a new surface mine in southwestern Indiana near the Patoka River National Wildlife Refuge.
A Sierra Club report indicates 16 coal plants in Indiana are discharging toxic metals into rivers.
Duke Energy officials say they have nearly all the factors in place to burn synthetic gas—the main component in the gasification process.