NIPSCO customers will get hit with their first charges for big environmental improvements at power plants in May but could actually realize overall savings on their monthly bills because of a rapid drop in fuel costs.
NIPSCO plans to invest $5 billion in its service territory over the next decade, including about $850 million for new scrubbers to improve air emissions at its coal-fired power plants. It is a sign of the utility's stewardship of not just the environment, but also customers' financial burdens.
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