Indiana is collaborating with Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin to support an electric vehicle charging network across the Midwest.
Merrillville-based NIPSCO wants to raise rates for what it says will ensure safe operations and service delivery for its customers now and in the future.
South Shore Clean Cities and some of its members were awarded $8.9 million in Indiana Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust Fund grants.
Several service organizations across Northern Indiana have been awarded a share of $63,000 through NIPSCO’s annual grant program.
Assorted cleaner air initiatives by the Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor has landed it regional recognition.
NiSource Inc. of Merrillville, parent of NIPSCO, named executives for human resources and diversity.
NIPSCO seeks more sources of green power generation.
An assortment of programs addressing wetland restoration as well as conservation and education initiatives will be aided in their efforts through grants from NIPSCO.
Northern Indiana Public Service Co. is expanding its network of green power sources.
NIPSCO’s is adding to its network renewable energy sources.