The Indianapolis International Airport will soon be home to the largest airport-based solar farm in the world, with the addition of panels that track the sun.
This week the Environmental Protection Agency unveiled a new set of proposed regulations for existing coal-fired power plants.
The second phase of a solar farm at the Indianapolis Airport is months behind schedule.
Solar Zentrum submitted a proposal to Duke Energy to build a solar farm in Bloomington.
The library is issuing a $700,000 bond to install the solar panels in hopes of eliminating the facility's electricity costs.
The snow that fell in Indianapolis this week is rendering the solar panel farm at the airport useless until the panels are cleared.
The Wabash Valley Correctional Facility in Carlisle is switching over to solar power and other green upgrades.
Is it safe to buy breast milk online, more on the Indy airport's solar energy project and claims the state board of education violated open door laws.
Once the second phase is complete, the Indianapolis International Airport's solar farm will consist of 88,000 solar panels.
Six Indiana congregations receive grant funds to install solar panels.