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Crisis Planning

12 tips to get businesses and homeowners through a utility emergency By Victoria Davis While shopping for apparel, groceries and home goods, Target customers were surprised when the store lost power for nearly three hours. As a result, customers ...

Natural Gas

Companies invest in operations to improve production, customer efficiencies By Lisa Terrell A push towards natural gas has prompted changes from local utilities, with major plans from Indianapolis Power & Light and Northern Indiana Power ...

First Devington

BWI wins accolades for LEED-certified senior housing community By Victoria Davis and Rebecca R. Bibbs EACH MONTH, WHEN GEORGIA WILSON OPENS HER ENERGY BILLS, she’s met with a pleasant surprise: They are up to 40 percent less than they would ...

Electricity

Companies adjust to the end of popular Energizing Indiana program By Lisa Terrell An energy efficiency initiative is in its final months in Indiana, causing local electric companies to come up with their own plans for saving consumers both money ...

Education and Training

Purdue Calumet fosters innovation through real-world experience By Ebony Chappel The vast, complex field of energy consists not only of those who produce it, but also of those who consume and are responsible for the creation and maintenance of ...

Pipeline to success

Faith is Carolene Mays-Medley’s guiding principle By Leslie L. Fuller On the first day of June, the Hyatt Regency Hotel’s Cosmopolitan Ballroom in downtown Indianapolis was a beehive humming with activity as some 400 utility commission...

Buying the Farm

Death is the great equalizer. It strikes 100 percent of the population – albeit in different ways – without regard to considerations of race, gender or class. It is a certainty that every Black, white or Hispanic person will die; every man and ...