Indiana's utility consumer advocate has challenged state regulators' Feb. 17 order giving NIPSCO the right to raise rates a cumulative 6 percent by 2020 to pay for electric system improvements.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. | Electric deregulation has saved Illinois customers as much as $37 billion over the past 16 years, a report released Monday said.
State regulators on Monday approved NIPSCO's plan for $1.07 billion in electric system upgrades and yearly rate increases that could reach a cumulative total of 6 percent by 2020.
No doubt everyone is feeling the extreme weather we are experiencing these days.
The bitter cold weather and constantly running furnaces prompted some utility companies Tuesday to encourage customers to conserve energy in other ways.
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission could soon have two new members, just as it is handling a new type of case that could lead to significant bill increases for utility customers.
Dim street lights have become a bright flashpoint in NIPSCO's case before state regulators to undertake $1 billion in electric system improvements and hike customer bills a cumulative 6 percent.
PORTAGE | Monnier Street between Mulberry and Stone avenues will be closed beginning Friday morning through the end of the month to install a water main.
INDIANAPOLIS | Lawyers for consumer groups jousted with NIPSCO executives Tuesday at a hearing gathering evidence on the utility's request to undertake $1 billion in electric improvements and implement a cumulative 6 percent rate hike to pay for them.
NIPSCO on Monday told state regulators it is prepared for the winter heating season with adequate natural gas supplies and reiterated customer bills figure to be just slightly above last year's.
NiSource Inc. reported third quarter net income Thursday of $48.1 million, or 16 cents per share, as compared to third quarter 2012 net income of $19.3 million, or 6 cents per share.
HIGHLAND | NIPSCO is investigating reports of brief, frequent power outages in Highland and Griffith, representatives said Tuesday.
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?
The public can now comment on NIPSCO's plan to invest $1 billion in utility improvements and the electric rate increase that would pay for it.
NIPSCO is warning customers to beware of a scam where a caller pretends to be a utility representatives and tells people their electric service will be disconnected if they don't buy a "green dot" debit card.
CHICAGO | A new public-private fund will begin accepting proposals for projects to improve the Calumet and Chicago rivers as part of a sweeping plan to improve quality of life and the economy in the Chicago area and Northwest Indiana, partners in the effort said Wednesday.
NiSource Inc.'s net income increased to $71.7 million in the second quarter, a 3.3 percent increase from a net income of $69.4 million in the second quarter of 2012.
NiSource Inc. has issued its 2012 Sustainability Report, tracking the company's progress in meeting goals dealing with the environment, customers, employees and shareholders.
The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor is taking public comment on NIPSCO's proposed $1 billion electric modernization plan and the about 1 percent annual rate increases that go with it.
NiSource Inc. CEO Robert Skaggs told shareholders at the company's annual meeting Tuesday the company will continue with its infrastructure-based growth strategy and highlighted recent Indiana legislation that will help make that possible.
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