Saving Hoosiers Money on Indiana’s Vehicle Fleet

Posted by Reports on Dec 19, 2023 12:41:24 PM

Publish Date: December 19, 2023

With electric vehicles (EVs) becoming more widely available on the market, state governments across the country are taking steps to incorporate more electric vehicles into their state fleets. This analysis demonstrates the potential long-term savings EVs could deliver for Indiana, finding that replacing Indiana’s light duty vehicle fleet with comparable EVs could save roughly $62.4 million over a 15-year span.

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Topics: Advanced Transportation, Indiana

Survey of Likely General Election Indiana Statewide Voters

Posted by Reports on Aug 15, 2023 10:26:30 AM

Publish Date: August 15, 2023

On behalf of Advanced Energy United, Cygnal, an international polling and public opinion firm, spoke with 800 likely voters from July 17-18 of 2023, finding widespread support for renewable energy across the state.

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Topics: Indiana

Assessment of Clean Energy Alternatives to New Natural Gas Resources: Part 2

Posted by Reports on May 2, 2023 2:22:00 PM

Publish Date: May 2, 2023

In 2020 and 2021, three of Indiana’s investor-owned utilities, Northern Indiana Public Service Company (“NIPSCO”), Indiana Michigan Power Company (“I&M”), and CenterPoint Energy Indiana (“CenterPoint”), proposed to build new natural gas-fired combustion turbine (“CT”) plants in their Integrated Resource Plans.

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Topics: State Policy, Indiana

Assessment of Clean Energy Alternatives to New Natural Gas Resources: Duke Energy Indiana Combined Cycle Project

Posted by Reports on Feb 14, 2023 10:30:47 AM

Publish Date: February 14, 2023

In 2021, Duke Energy Indiana proposed to build a 1,221 MW gas-fired Combined Cycle (CC) plant to begin operation in 2027. Since these plans were announced, the U.S. Federal Government has passed the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (“IRA”) to dramatically reduce the cost of clean energy resources, natural gas prices have spiked, and MISO has modified its capacity accreditation process. These changes justify a reassessment of Duke Energy’s plan and consideration of alternatives to the CC.

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Topics: State Policy, Indiana