NiSource completes NIPSCO minority interest sale

The sale of a minority interest in the Northern Indiana Public Service Co. subsidiary from Merrillville-based NiSource to Blackstone Infrastructure Partners is complete. The $2.16 billion deal transfers a 19.9% indirect non-controlling interest in NIPSCO.... Read More

Settlement reached in I&M electric rate case

Fort Wayne-based Indiana Michigan Power has reached a settlement with the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor and others regarding a proposed electric rate increase. The utility's requested increase of $116.4 million has been reduced by nearly half.... Read More

CenterPoint seeks increase to base rates

CenterPoint Energy's Indiana Electric business is seeking a nearly $119 million base rate increase from the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission. If approved, the utility says the average residential customer would see their monthly bills rise by $28.38.... Read More

Carbon Neutral Indiana seeks to change norms through bottom-up movement

Poynter's Indianapolis-based organization Carbon Neutral Indiana deploys a multi-faceted approach to reducing carbon emissions, including offsetting home and business pollution, inspiring Eagle Scout projects and supporting carbon offset projects. However, his overarching goal is to breed conversation to create compounding bottom-up change and change societal norms.... Read More

Cummins ready for growth of Accelera business

Cummins Inc. has been churning out engines for more than 100 years, fueling the Columbus area economy and in the automotive industry—everything from pickups to heavy duty trucks to big earth-moving and mining machines to school buses and delivery trucks.... Read More

Federal grant to support EV job training program

The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded a $2 million grant to the Lafayette-based Region 4 Workforce Board to support the newly established Regional Electric Vehicle Manufacturing Partnership. REV is a program designed to provide training and support for...... Read More