NIPSCO says residential customers can expect to pay more to heat their homes this winter compared to last season.
Holcomb announces partnership with Midwest governors to establish a regional hydrogen coalition
Governors from across the Midwest want to establish a coalition to develop a robust hydrogen market, supply chain and workforce.
Holcomb selects David Veleta to fill vacant IURC post
David Veleta has been appointed by Gov. Eric Holcomb to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission.
High-ranking NiSource executive resigns for CEO post in Texas
Pablo Vegas, a high-ranking executive in Merrillville-based NiSource’s leadership team, has resigned his post to take a new job out of state.
Three nominees up for open IURC commissioner post
Three nominees will be considered by Gov. Eric Holcomb to fill a vacant post on the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission.
NIPSCO residential gas customers will see higher rates beginning Sept. 1
Northern Indiana Public Service Co. residential natural gas customers can expect to see higher rates Sept. 1.
NiSource launches chatbots, live chat services for websites and mobile apps
Customers of NiSource businesses now can get more assistance with their accounts through chatbots and live chat services online and through mobile apps.
Indiana general fund revenues for May beat projections by 13.7%
Better than expected collections from individual income and corporate taxes are credited for boosting state revenues in May.
Electric Last Mile Solutions files for bankruptcy
Electric Last Mile Solutions, which has a major presence in Mishawaka, is filing for bankruptcy.
Firm licenses Purdue Northwest process that can be used as sustainable energy source
A process developed at Purdue Northwest, which can be used as a sustainable energy source to produce electricity, has been licensed by an energy company.