Solar power provides only about one percent of the country's energy, but employment in the industry is growing rapidly.
The statewide funding gap is an estimated $7 billion.
This settlement builds on a previous agreement from 2012 that required Edwardsport’s shareholders to pay the full construction and start-up costs.
The June 2016 levels are higher than May 2016, but the City of Bloomington says the numbers are lower than June 2015.
A decade ago, industrial electric bills in Indiana were the sixth-lowest in the U.S. They've risen by two-thirds since then, and the state now ranks 26th.
Best estimates from the state indicate Indiana’s water utilities need around $15 billion to improve their infrastructure.
A bill approved Wednesday in a House committee would allow utilities to charge future alternative energy customers a fee.
The new proposal would provide flexible energy efficiency goals for utility companies.
Indiana state law says a bill becomes law if left unsigned by the governor for seven days.
Vectren says it‘s a sign that more people are finding work, and it‘s also due to low natural gas prices.