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Utilities to get bill for damaged grid-control room

A Carmel not-for-profit that monitors the electric grid in 11 states and part of Canada plans to pass on to its member utilities and transmission-line operators $5.4 million in costs resulting from damage to its local data center last September.

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IPL pulling plug on renewable-energy effort

Indianapolis Power & Light says beginning next March it will stop offering to buy electricity from customers who generate it from renewable sources—a blow to advocates of wind, solar and other clean forms of energy.

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Plant upgrades might cost IPL nearly $1 billion

New federal mercury-reduction regulations may force Indianapolis Power & Light to spend nearly $1 billion to upgrade its coal-fired electric plants scattered around Indiana. Duke Energy is mulling everything from plant upgrades to shutting down older units.

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Downtown building owner faults IPL for outages

The owner of Market Square Center is complaining to state utility regulators that Indianapolis Power & Light has failed to provide reliable service to the office building, better known as the Gold Building, at 151 N. Delaware St.

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SEC filing: Ex-IPL chief Murtlow qualified for large payout

Indianapolis Power & Light chief Ann Murtlow left the utility this spring under terms of a separation agreement that would have entitled her to at least $404,410, according to documents the utility filed Nov. 3 with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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IPL exec promoted to CEO

After about a month as interim CEO, Indianapolis Power & Light Co. executive Ken Zagzebski has won the job for good.

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