CenterPoint Energy

CenterPoint Energy hopes to build two small natural gas plants to help the utility transition to more renewable energy. The utility plans to close most of its coal units and get more than 60 percent of its power from solar, wind and battery storage by 2025.

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The Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor (OUCC) and six other groups want Indiana to deny CenterPoint Energy’s request to give people with solar panels fewer credits for energy they deliver to the grid.

Lawmakers want to study a way to reduce costs for utility customers when coal plants retire early.

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