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.
A flurry of appeals have been filed in response to state regulators' Nov. 22 approval of a 30-year-deal to have a state agency buy synthetic natural gas and charge NIPSCO and other utility customers for any losses.
State regulators Tuesday approved construction of a coal gasification plant and a 30-year contract for a state agency to buy its output, a move that could raise utility bills for NIPSCO and other utility customers across the state.
The Daniels administration effort to support the financing for a clean-coal energy plant in southern Indiana has taken more turns than a country road winding into the heart of coal mining country.
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