Electric vehicles (EV) are converging on the Midwest, albeit slowly. With their entrance, new challenges are being identified for members and cooperatives alike. EnergyLines was able to reach out to Southern Indiana Power member-consumer Bradley Lynch to discuss the challenges he faces with owning an all-electric car in Southern Indiana.
The 2018 Hoosier Energy Annual Meeting, while welcoming new members, was also set for good-byes. The meeting was more than just a summary of the previous year. Several officers and members had announced their retirements, making this their last annual meeting.
This robotic ‘gecko’ is scanning the tubes within the boiler at the Merom Generating Station during scheduled maintenance taking place this spring.
The environmental services team works with Hoosier Energy staff to provide the framework to manage environmental aspects for the G&T.
The Cope Environmental Center was built to educate the community through interactive, hands-on sustainability and nature-based programming for schools and other groups in the community.