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  • Talking With ... Kenneth Ksionek: OUC chief goes for nuclear

    Talking With ... Kenneth Ksionek: OUC chief goes for nuclear
    Kenneth P. Ksionek, Orlando Utilities Commission general manager and chief executive officer since 2004, looks to balance slower growth with looming environmental regulations. He spoke with Sentinel staff writer Kevin Spear. CFB: Compare the size and key...
  • Snow, high winds moving out of Central Indiana

    Snow, high winds moving out of Central Indiana
    The massive winter storm that passed directly over Indianapolis early Wednesday morning continues to pull off to the east.  The large wind field associated with this storm is also on its way out.  Peak wind gusts of over 50 miles per hour were...
  • Crews working to restore power to residents

    Crews working to restore power to residents
    Thousands of Central Indiana residents lost power during Tuesday’s winter storm. Crews went out Wednesday to try to repair the damage the sleet, ice and trees did to power lines. With the Edinburgh Outlet Mall closed, the empty parking lot made...
  • Utility companies working to keep customers cool

    Utility companies working to keep customers cool
    Heading into the hottest week so far this summer, the utility companies are working to keep up with demand and to make sure there are no shortages or brown-outs. The Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator has suspended all maintenance that...
  • Semi crashes into utility pole, cuts off power to hundreds

    Semi crashes into utility pole, cuts off power to hundreds
    A semi truck crashed into a utility pole at 116th and Allisonville Road in Fishers Monday morning, cutting off power to 1700 Duke Energy customers. According to an eye witness, power lines were dragged at least a half a block during the crash and then...
  • All Holton residents accounted for, two confirmed dead

    All Holton residents accounted for, two confirmed dead
    Holton Town Marshall Bob Curl said the tornado hit without warning Friday. "It looked like a cloud was coming down to the ground,” said Curl. Resident Gene Curry got out just in time. "Lucky, very lucky.  I had a feeling something would happen...
  • Green Wheels: A promising plug-in hybrid dies

    Green Wheels: A promising plug-in hybrid dies
    The news was saddening and, for me, totally out of the blue: one of my favorite EV companies was closing. Since it was launched in 2008, I've been closely following an Indiana-based company called Bright Automotive, which came up with a great plug-in...
  • Duke Energy customers to absorb Edwardsport Plant's $700K overage

    Duke Energy customers to absorb Edwardsport Plant's $700K overage
    The cost of a new Duke Energy plant is coming in way over budget and that's driving up the price of your energy bill. The Edwardsport Coal Plant has been under construction since 2007. Duke set a cost ceiling at $2.6 million but the estimated cost is now...
  • IPL, Duke Energy to pay customers for old appliances

    IPL, Duke Energy to pay customers for old appliances
    A pair of Indiana electric companies are offering money for your old appliances. IPL and Duke Energy are offering customers $30 to ditch old refrigerators and freezers. A new environmental plant will turn the unwanted appliances into recyclable...
  • IPL, Duke Energy pair up to recycle old refrigerators and freezers

    IPL, Duke Energy pair up to recycle old refrigerators and freezers
    IPL and Duke Energy are pairing up to lower your energy bills. Both companies are offering $30 for old refrigerators and freezers. The old appliances are a major drain on energy and can account for up to 20 percent of a home's energy use.  The...
  • Power companies seeing spike in usage as temperatures rise

    Power companies seeing spike in usage as temperatures rise
    Central Indiana power companies are keeping up with a spike in demand due to recent hot weather. Both IPL and Duke Energy reported Friday that they are handling the increased load without issue and they don't expect any problems despite a forecast...