Citizens Action Coalition
NIPSCO has filed plans for a $1 billion electric system modernization with state regulators, a move that could lead to 1 percent annual electric bill hikes for customers later this decade.
The fate of monthly utility bills and the future of Indiana energy policy will be a hot topic of discussion during the 2013 session of the Indiana General Assembly.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana voided an Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission action that critics say could have added billions of dollars to natural gas customers' bills across the state over the next 30 years.
Kerwin Olson, a utility campaign organizer with the Citizens Action Coalition.
There are no nuclear power plants in Northwest Indiana or Chicago's south suburbs, but legislation in Indiana could impact a Michigan reactor on the Lake Michigan shoreline.
Businesses, consumers and local governments, be warned! There is a piece of legislation at the Indiana Statehouse that will cause you to lose sleep at night.
E-mail messages among Indiana's top utility regulator, a NiSource Inc. director and the president of Duke Indiana highlight questionable behavior among the people involved. It is cause for additional scrutiny and action.
E-mails obtained by The Times show that when a generous campaign contributor and friend of Gov. Mitch Daniels came calling, state regulators knew just who they were dealing with and hoped their effort would be recognized.
A day after Indiana's top utility regulator approved an order authorizing NIPSCO to hike electric rates, a director of the utility's parent company sent a thankful e-mail inviting him to take in thoroughbred farms and the races in Kentucky Bluegrass country.
A proposed 16.8 percent electric rate hike for NIPSCO residential customers is being driven in large part by a shift of cost burdens from industry to residential customers, according to regulatory filings and interviews with parties involved in the case.
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission's approval of a settlement in NIPSCO's natural gas rate case Thursday contains an important new program to help low-income customers through the winter months.
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission has approved NIPSCO's natural gas rate case settlement with consumer groups, which will result in a small decrease in bills for customers.
NIPSCO is involved in settlement talks with consumer groups and other parties in its controversial electric rate case, with its CEO holding out hope a projected 16.8 percent residential rate hike can be lowered.
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