Nearly $1 million was provided to agencies around Indiana to improve water quality.
NiSource’s efforts to use more green sources to generate power has landed it again on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index.
NIPSCO’s plan to reduce its carbon emissions and get power to its customers more efficiently is entering a new phase.
Carrie Hightman, who served as president and CEO of Columbia Gas of Massachusetts, once a subsidiary company of Merrillville-based NiSource, is retiring.
Merrillville-based Northern Indiana Public Service Co. is taking another step to switch to green power generation systems.
Business partners with South Bend-based solar energy development firm Inovateus Solar have taken another step to expand use of green energy.
A recently launched non-profit group wants to grow solar energy usage in Northwest Indiana.
Valparaiso University recently secured a $299,083 grant from the National Science Foundation to advance research to better understand long-term environmental impact of microplastic degradation.
Vale View at 260 S. Franklin St., built by Wayne Enterprises in Valparaiso, features what the company describes as the “state’s first commercial bifacial solar panel installation.”
NIPSCO is assisting customers facing hardship during the pandemic who are having difficulty paying for natural gas and electrical service.