NiSource announced Nov. 7 that it plans to sell a minority interest in its NIPSCO business.
Northwest Indiana Business Magazine reveals its Best of Business Award winners in the April-May 2022 issue, along with stories about new venues, sustainable practices, the housing market, among others!
Martell Services Group Inc. of South Bend is expanding into renewable energy.
NIPSCO is another step closer to being coal free.
A recently launched non-profit group wants to grow solar energy usage in Northwest Indiana.
NIPSCO is taking additional steps to move away from traditional power generation to more Earth-friendly green alternatives. Merrillville-based Northern Indiana Public Service Co., announced Feb. 1 its first phase of plans to transition to renewable energy resources through buying power from three new Indiana wind farms. According to NIPSCO, power generated by these wind farms […]
A California firm is proposing building a facility in Gary that will convert solid waste into low-carbon, renewable transportation fuel. Fulcrum BioEnergy Inc. of Pleasanton, Calif., announced Dec. 13 it had selected Gary for its Centerpoint BioFuels Plant. The estimated investment is $600 million and when fully operational by 2022, the facility could employ up […]
MERRILLVILLE – Northern Indiana Public Service Co., a subsidiary of NiSource Inc., wants a shortened timeline to shut down its coal-burning power plants and move to lower-cost renewable sources for power generation. NIPSCO discussed its tentative plan, which it is working to formalize and submit to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission by Nov. 1, during […]