NiSource’s efforts to use more green sources to generate power has landed it again on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index.
Merrillville-based NIPSCO has taken another step to ensure electricity it is supplying to its customers is coming from green sources.
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.
Residential customers of Merrillville-based Northern Indiana Public Service Co. can expect higher heating bills this winter when compared to last season.
There has been no shortage of support from businesses and residents to assist organizations on the front lines of the pandemic.
Despite the pandemic, Northwest Indiana business owners and organizations were inspired to innovate during this unprecedented time. New leaders took the helms of companies; new products were launched; and people helped others during a great time of need.
New president Mike Hooper ready to lead NIPSCO into next phase of power generation with a goal to transition from coal to other means of power, such as wind and solar, by the year 2028.
NIPSCO’s 2020 Luminary Award recipients will be recognized in a virtual event on Oct. 1 beginning at 11:30 a.m.