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Indiana Shows Impressive Growth in Solar Installations

In 2014, Indiana added 59 MW of solar electric capacity, bringing its total to 112 MW. That’s enough clean, affordable energy to power more than 12,000 homes. The report went on to point out that Indiana’s biggest solar gains came in utility-scale installations, but commercial installations increased, too.

German Renewable Energy Company Picks Delaware County for North American Headquarters

YORKTOWN, IN - June 12, 2009 - (RealEstateRama) — VAT-Getriebetechnik (VAT), an international manufacturer of wind turbines and renewable energy-powered lighting systems, announced today the company's plans to locate its U.S. headquarters and first North American manufacturing and service facility here, creating more than 120 new jobs by 2011.

Indiana Community First to Achieve National Green Building Certification

Upper Marlboro, MD - April 13, 2009 - (RealEstateRama) — The Village in Burns Harbor, a neo-traditional community in Northwest Indiana, today became the first green land development project certified by the NAHB Research Center to the National Green Building Standard.

Preston accepts $10 million Indiana Disaster Recovery Plan

HUD funding to help State buy flood damaged homes and develop green spaces WASHINGTON, D.C. - October 22, 2008 - (RealEstateRama) — U.S. Housing and...

Building Green 2008 Affordable Housing Conference to take place May 9 in Indianapolis

Come learn about innovative green building tactics and supplies at the 2008 Building Green Affordable Housing Conference, Friday May 9, 2008, at the Marriott...

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ROKITA STATEMENT ON JOHN GREGG INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN

Indiana gubernatorial candidate John Gregg released his infrastructure plan for Indiana, proposing a raid on the Next Generation Trust Fund to fund new projects. As the Hoosier majority Member on the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, Rep. Todd Rokita issued the following statement in response to Mr. Gregg’s proposal

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Brooks Statement on Wednesday’s Markup of the Initial Steps Towards Obamacare...

Today, the Energy and Commerce Committee announced a full committee markup on Wednesday, March 8th, at 10:30 a.m. of one of the bills that begins the process of repealing Obamacare and rebuilding our healthcare system. The American Health Care Act, which includes this legislation and a bill to be considered by the Ways and Means Committee, will repeal Obamacare through budget reconciliation, and begin the process of building a more affordable, accessible healthcare system with more choices for Americans and their families.