Indiana

Three Developers selected to participate in the Moving Forward Rural Development (RD) Program [RELEASE]

Teams together will look to preserve a minimum of 30 USDA RD properties INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) announced today that Biggs Development, Justice Property Management & Greystone Affordable Development and Woda Cooper Companies were selected to participate in the Moving Forward Rural Development (RD) Program. IHCDA, in partnership with …

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ESN’s Paul Mitchell to Testify at Senate Subcommittee Hearing on Energy and International Development

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: press@senate.young.gov 202-224-1892 Hearing to feature witness from Indiana TODAY: Young to Chair Subcommittee Hearing Examining Energy and International Development WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) will chair a Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee hearing to examine energy and international development. Paul Mitchell, President and CEO of Indiana-based Energy Systems Network …

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BlueIndy Saves our City 500,000 gallons of gas

The rising cost of car ownership has driven a lot of Indy residents to use car-sharing services like BlueIndy to get around. In less than a year more than 2,100 Indy residents have subscribed to BlueIndy. According to consumer reports, as of this summer, the electric fleet has grown to 272 cars in operation and …

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$50M project coming to Purdue Research Park

Purdue officials celebrate by breaking ground Tuesday on a $50 million Manufacturing Institute in the Purdue Research Park. According to Purdue, the facility, which is also part of a $259 million U.S. Department of Energy initiative, will help build its reputation as a global leader in composite material research. The goal is to make lightweight, …

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Industry-Led Program Helps Cut Costs the Easy Way

Anderson-based Solas Ray Lighting has launched a program designed to connect businesses throughout the state with energy-efficiency strategies, rebates, and tax credits. Rebate Indiana, which was established early this year by the company and partner Continental Inc., is designed to fill the void left by programs like the defunct Energizing Indiana initiative. Shortly after Energizing …

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Largest Indiana Solar Plant Lands Approval

The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission has approved Plainfield-based Duke Energy Indiana’s plan for one of its largest solar plants at Naval Support Activity Crane.  Construction on is expected to take place later this month. The plant will include 76,000-pannels that will produce 17-megwatts of energy capable of powering approximately 17,000 homes. By early 2017, Duke Energy …

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