As part of early coal-plant retirements, NIPSCO looks to cheaper renewables.
Duke Energy has awarded US$400,000 in solar grants for 16 not-for-profit organisations in Indiana that will help finance the installation of PV systems.
North Carolina’s Duke Energy has completed a 17MW solar plant at the US Navy’s Support Activity (NSA) Crane facility in Indiana.
Representatives from the Anderson Municipal Light and Power utility (AML&P) and wholesale provider Indiana Municipal Power (IMPA) cut the ribbon on the 5MW Anderson solar park last week.
The financial benefit currently available to solar users will be sharply curtailed over the next few years, after Indiana governor Eric Holcomb signed SEA 309 into law yesterday.
As the deadline to make a decision looms, Hoosiers have petitioned the Indiana governor to veto the bill that would remove much of the financial incentive for residential solar.
A coalition of Indiana tech and finance CEOs are urging governor Holcomb to veto the state’s controversial solar bill that aims to slash solar incentives for residential customers.
News in Brief: ReneSola sells 6.75MW North Carolina project to Greenbacker, An Indiana Ikea is to install the largest retail rooftop solar array in the state, PowerHub releases a new version of its O&M software and five community college campuses in California are developing solar canopies.
A bill that will remove much of the financial incentive for residential solar has been passed by the Indiana legislature and now moves onto governor Holcomb for final approval before it becomes law.
The Indiana House passed a bill to essentially eliminate net metering for residential solar, in a 56-43 vote yesterday.
Much of the financial incentive for installing residential solar systems will be eliminated in the coming years under a new bill officially passed by the Indiana Senate 39-9 on Monday evening.
The author of SB 309 – a bill that would effectively end retail net metering in Indiana – may have wrongly influenced other lawmakers to vote for the bill under false information.
Indiana clean energy advocates have spoken out regarding the Senate Bill that was recently passed through the utilities committee, that calls for the effective end to net metering.
A bill that would end retail net metering in Indiana by significantly reducing the incentive available to invest in solar passed the Senate Utilities Committee in an 8-2 vote yesterday.
Legislators in Indiana have introduced a bill that would end net metering by 2027 and limits options that regulators could replace the popular retail scheme with.