NIPSCO is assisting customers facing hardship during the pandemic who are having difficulty paying for natural gas and electrical service.
Merrillville-base NIPSCO is taking additional steps to provide electricity through clean energy sources.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put additional strain on resources and services that aid those in need in the community.
NIPSCO is accepting grant applications to support nonprofit organizations who provide public safety education and training across northern Indiana.
The Merrillville-based subsidiary of NiSource on May 21 announced Mike Hooper will take over as president of NIPSCO June 1
Service organizations assisting the community during the COVID-19 pandemic have been overwhelmed in recent weeks by people seeking help for an array of needs from food to help paying bills but residents and businesses have stepped up to provide aid.
A total of 15 organizations working on assorted projects across Northern Indiana to benefit the environment were awarded grants from Northern Indiana Public Service Co.
Merrillville-based NIPSCO says once it receives approval from state regulators it plans to begin work to close its five coal ash ponds at its Michigan City Generation Station.
A partnership between Purdue Northwest and NIPSCO has created an endowed professorship at the college in engineering simulation.
The fluid situation surrounding the COVID-19 crisis has businesses providing help to those aiding those in need and rethinking how to deliver products and services to customers.