In response, Wendy Bredhold, Senior Representative for the Sierra Clubs Beyond Coal Campaign in Indiana, released the following statement, NIPSCO
customers are over-burdened with dirty air and high utility bills, due to the utility companys poor decision to continue burning coal for power.
I am confident he will engage our entire Indiana employee team, our customers and key stakeholders in continuing to move NIPSCO
Finance then immediately loaned the proceeds to NIPSCO
in exchange for a
On the same day, NIPSCO
issued a $70 million note to Finance at 18.
At the heart of the dispute was the difference in goals between NIPSCO
and the Save the Dunes Council.
When the school board decided to consider subcontracting, Association leaders, together with UniServ Director Nancy Wheeler, convinced the board to look at alternatives, this time through a committee that included principals, NIPSCO
members, and board members.
Industries, Pacific Gas & Electric and Wisconsin Energy.
Over the next several years, NIPSCO
will be installing AMR technologies across its entire service territory as part of the utility's continued focus on improving customer service.
also confirmed the retirement of the 603 MW Bailly Generating Station along Lake Michigans southern shoreline in its 20-year energy plan, which was filed with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission.
charging station networks, has received a contract from NIPSCO
, the state of Indiana's largest natural gas distribution company, and second largest electric distribution company.
a 20,000-square-foot building that was left vacant several years ago when NIPSCO
moved its headquarters about 15 miles south to Merrillville.
The company is 85 per cent owned by NIPSCO
Industries of Indiana.