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Why Those Harmed By Coal Pollution Need To Be Heard As Coal Plants Shut Down
As Indiana coal plants close, environmental justice advocates want decision-makers to hear from communities harmed by decades of coal-related pollution.
Indiana Policymakers Forge a Complicated Transition From Coal to Renewables
As the state’s utilities move toward renewables, recent legislation aims to keep coal in use.
Another Indiana utility distances itself from coal
“The market has spoken,” said a Vectron executive in announcing that the 145,000-customer utility will shift its dependency on coal from 78 to 12 percent. "These old dinosaurs are done.”
Indiana county signals openness to $200 million solar investment
Bucking regressive opposition, Lake County takes “an important step in a mounting initiative to unlock the potential of solar power in a state that has no renewable energy purchasing mandate.”