A county in northern Indiana is considering new restrictions that could hinder a proposed wind farm that would bring 75 power generating turbines to the area.
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.
The proposed Big Blue River Wind Farm would include the townships of Greensboro, Jefferson, Harrison and Prairie.
Indiana kept with national trends over the last few years, as only two wind farms have been developed in the Hoosier state over the last four years.
The investment is part of Amazon Web Services' plan to use renewable energy for 100 percent of its services.
The Howard County Board of Commissioners has terminated an agreement with energy company E.On, citing market changes and dissent from residents.
Duke Energy is seeking proposals from companies that want to supply it with solar energy in order to fulfill a legal settlement Duke made last year.
The Howard County Commissioners have increased the distance wind turbines must be set back from houses and put a moratorium on new developments.
Tipton County officials have decided not to accept any new applications for wind farm construction until after a public hearing.
The tax credits will benefit E-on Climate and Renewables and juwi, two energy companies building wind farms in Indiana.