A bill that would allow Indiana's utilities to quickly pass onto their customers some of the costs of planning nuclear power plants is advancing in the General Assembly.
Mayor Greg Ballard has unveiled a number of green initiatives, ranging from widespread use of hybrid vehicles to making the City-County Building more energy-efficient.
Plants atop the Birch Bayh Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse are expected to cut costs in long run.
Domestic vendor who thought “buy American” provision would help it win contract loses out to Taiwanese supplier.
Conserving Hoosier Industrial Power, or CHIP, grants will range from $50,000 to $400,000.
The firm was a pioneer in the energy savings niche more than a decade before green became cool or was perceived to be a viable
The delay is pushing back the release of the second half of the $132 million in stimulus funds the state got for energy-saving
retrofits to homes of thousands of low-income residents.
City expects environmentally friendly overhaul of downtown headquarters to provide net savings of $250,000 per year.
Federal money will help create programs at community college and Purdue University to offer skills in smart-grid technologies.
Indiana saw a 700-percent increase in total wind-generated power in 2009, an increase second only to Utah, according to the
U.S. Wind Industry Annual Market Report.
say Indianapolis is moving forward on recycling, that environmental research is discovering promising technologies, and that
manufacturers are finding new things to make. Local cognoscenti from the green community testify to these developments in
five included videos.
Converting the U.S. trucking industry to natural gas will benefit manufacturers including Columbus-based Cummins Inc., T. Boone Pickens says.