INDIANAPOLIS | Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann is defending Indiana's coal industry and coal-fired power plants from proposed federal regulations aimed at reducing air pollution primarily caused by coal use.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mike Pence is urging U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky, D-Merrillville, and the other members of Indiana's congressional delegation, to use their "power of the purse" to deny funding for implementation of stricter power plant pollution standards.
President Barack Obama recently announced his proposal for regulating coal, which is the centerpiece of his so-called climate change agenda.
Regarding The Times editorial easing Indiana away from coal and Tom Harris’ April 20 letter of a “war on coal,” I agree with the editorial, and scoff at the letter.
Kankakee Valley REMC CEO Dennis Weiss followed the standard line for Indiana utilities in seeking to protect coal-fired power plants, upon which the Indiana electrical grid leans heavily.
Dennis Weiss, CEO of Kankakee Valley REMC, is right to be worried about electricity prices as the “war on coal” continues.
Oppose “war on coal”? Is Kankakee Valley REMC serious? Must we become another China, protective breathing accessories becoming essential?
Energy bills are likely to be on the rise soon. You can send your “thank you” card to President Barack Obama and the Environmental Protection Agency. Since Congress failed to follow his request, the president turned to the EPA to perpetuate his administration’s attack on coal.
NIPSCO's coal-fired Michigan City Generating Station stands near the Washington Park marina on the Lake Michigan shoreline. NiSource net income for 2013 rose to $532.1 million as compared to $416.1 million in 2012, a 28 percent increase, according to the company.
A report by a clean energy advocacy group claims Indiana is one of two states that is not past peak production for coal.
INDIANAPOLIS | Could Indiana lead the way in the development of the second generation of nuclear power after being the only Midwest state to skip the first?
EAST CHICAGO | An Indiana Harbor-based coke plant will continue to furnish the world's largest steelmaker with a raw material it needs to forge metal in East Chicago.
I urge you to support affordable coal-generated electricity and coal jobs.
New rules proposed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency would compromise Indiana's capability to meet its energy needs efficiently and affordably. The new source performance standard is intended to lower coal energy production emissions. Instead, it could do the opposite.
The Obama administration's push for reducing emissions that fuel climate change have many in the environmental and energy sectors bracing for what may come next.
Officials from United States Steel Corp. affirmed that modules expected to make an alternative to the steelmaking input coke will start production in Gary this year.
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