Higher electric bills are coming for NIPSCO customers.
Sensitivity training has become more important as labor pools become melting pots of people from different ethnic backgrounds, races, religious beliefs and sexual preferences.
Merrillville-based NiSource, parent of NIPSCO, has a new director of investor relations and finance and appointed a new safety leader for its Massachusetts subsidiary.
Northern Indiana Public Service Co. is increasing its options to get additional power from green sources.
NIPSCO residential customers in Northern Indiana should expect lower heating bills this winter.
Clean energy is in growth mode in Northwest Indiana. Employment in the industry grew 4.7% in 2018 — one of the fastest growth rates in the Midwest.
Merrillville-based Northern Indiana Public Service Co. is seeking requests for proposals for potential sources of clean-power generation.
NIPSCO and the NiSource Charitable Foundation, recently presented Lakeshore PBS with a combined $50,000 donation to continue local productions and programming for Northwest Indiana.
Ten organizations, which provide services to seniors across Northern Indiana, received a share of $140,000 through NIPSCO’s annual Charity of Choice program.
Lubeznik Center for the Arts in Michigan City will be getting a technology upgrade thanks to a $33,000 grant from the NiSource Charitable Foundation.