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Notre Dame’s hydroelectric project wrapping up. Here’s what it means for South Bend’s Seitz Park

City officials have their fingers crossed that a hydroelectric project at Seitz Park will wrap up before the end of June so that the reconstruction of the popular gathering spot can get underway.


RFP Alert: 500MW of PV for Indiana Michigan Power

Indiana Michigan Power (I&M), a portfolio company of American Electric Power, issued a request for proposals (RFP) for 500MW of solar capacity and 800MW of wind. The request comes as a first step in implementing the utility’s Next Tomorrow Plan, which calls for 2GW of renewable energy capacity to be added to the utility’s generation mix.


Duke Energy awards more than $300,000 in grants to innovative K-12 education initiatives across Indiana

“Our educators and students are facing tremendous challenges teaching and learning as we emerge from the pandemic,” said Stan Pinegar, president of Duke Energy Indiana. “It’s more important now than ever before that we support and invest in opportunities for our children in the communities we serve to thrive and reach their full potential.”


Indiana enables renewable-ready communities

With the passage of SB 411, Indiana communities can opt to voluntarily adopt regulations that will qualify them as a wind- or solar-ready community. The standards are expected to significantly cut project development time, lower costs, and create thousands of jobs in the clean energy industries.


Voluntary Approach to Renewable Energy Siting Passes Indiana Senate

The Indiana Senate approved a bill that would reward communities that choose to adopt certain renewable energy siting standards with financial incentives.


City Council Accepts 2021 Climate Action Plan

By Ethan Burks

Bloomington’s long-term goal of cutting down its greenhouse gas emissions received formal recognition from the city council Wednesday night.