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ArcelorMittal is trying to cut its energy use by 10 percent at all its plants, including in Northwest Indiana.
People nationwide know husband and wife business partners Carl and Lorrie Lisek for their roles in promoting alternative fuel and vehicle use and as environmental consultants.
Manufacturing company executives and energy management experts will be part of an Oct. 4 event in Burns Harbor discussing industrial energy management.
One Indiana senator said he was pleased with a recent decision from the U.S. Department of Energy to end a conditional loan commitment to steel producer Severstal.
An executive from a Buffalo, N.Y.-based boiler erector said his firm is preparing to ship a more than 1-million-pound boiler to ArcelorMittal Indiana Harbor for an energy-efficiency project.
PORTAGE | The Board of Works on Monday approved using the last bit of a federal grant to replace a heater at a water reclamation department facility.
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SPRINGFIELD | The list of communities competing to play a role in a revamped clean-coal project known as FutureGen has been pared to four.
GARY | Using a compact fluorescent bulb as a symbol, the city kicked off its Home Energy Plan on Wednesday to provide free CFL bulbs to 1,000 Gary homeowners and help them save money on their utility bills.
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