A British-based energy company is working on plans for a wind farm with perhaps more than 300 turbines in parts of three northern Indiana counties.
Industry groups cheered the move, while environmental groups continue to decry the Trump Administration's rollback of Obama-era climate regulations.
General Motors will use wind energy to help offset the energy needs of its Indiana and Ohio manufacturing facilities.
Columbus-based engine manufacturer Cummins is paying for a wind farm expansion in Benton County as part of its sustainability efforts.
Bloomington is entering the second phase of an initiative to increase low cost solar energy installations.
The school is investing $113 million in renewable energy sources and projects.
Wind energy overtook hydroelectric at the end of 2016 to lead the renewable energy market.
Lawmakers passed an amended version of the bill that drew more than 5 hours of public testimony last week.
Indiana used 37-percent less coal for electricity generation between 2007 and 2015. Only Ohio and Pennsylvania saw a larger decrease.
The EPA is lowering its standards for how much renewable fuel must be added to gasoline sold in the United States.