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Scott Pruitt fails to stop Indiana's move to renewable energy

When Indiana's third-largest utility, NIPSCO, analyzed the economics of its power plants last year, it decided to shift away from coal-fired power plants to renewable sources of electricity generation. Coal companies are fighting back.

Northern Indiana utility transitioning from coal to renewables

A northern Indiana utility has added another nail into coal's coffin, announcing the retirement of four coal-fired power plants and a turn to renewable energy.
 

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Sunrise Coal owns and operates an underground coal mine located in Carlisle  Indiana that produces 3...
Sunrise Coal owns and operates an underground coal mine located in Carlisle, Indiana that produces 3 million tons of bituminous coal annually. Approximately 90 percent of our coal is sold to utilities within the state of Indiana.
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View from a distance of the NIPSCO power plant cooling tower on the edge of Lake Michigan.
View from a distance of the NIPSCO power plant cooling tower on the edge of Lake Michigan.
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