A bill headed to the House would change the way alternative forms of energy, such as solar power, are valued in the state.
At least one lawmaker says he voted for Sen. Brandt Hershman's measure in committee based partly on the inaccurate information.
Hoosiers who generate energy, like solar panels, can sell excess energy to utilities at a retail rate, but a bill to change that leaves some lawmakers confused.
Solar power provides only about one percent of the country's energy, but employment in the industry is growing rapidly.
The second phase of a solar farm at the Indianapolis Airport is months behind schedule.
The solar farm at the Indianapolis airport is halfway complete and will be comprised of 88,000 panels once it is finished.
Health care online enrollment started this week, some Hoosiers are feeling the impact from the government shutdown and a winery powered by alternative energy.
Solar panels will provide 60% of the energy at the Owen Valley Winery.