Riverstart Solar Project to Create 200 MW of Power
Hoosier Energy Rural Electric Cooperative, Inc. and EDP Renewables (EDPR) have executed a power purchase agreement (PPA) that will bring the 200 MW Riverstart Solar Park to Indiana’s Randolph County.
Hoosier Energy Helping Innovators of Egg Production
With the help of the Jackson County REMC and Hoosier Energy, energy usage is on the cutting edge at Rose Acres Farms’ Indiana facilities.

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Donna Walker Honored in IBJ
Donna Walker, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Hoosier Energy, was selected as an honoree for Indianapolis Business Journal's 2017 CFO of the Year.
EDP Renewables, Hoosier Energy, Wabash Valley Power Add 100 Megawatts of Wind Energy to the Grid
Indiana’s generation and transmission (G&T) electric cooperatives – will soon be recipients of a combined 100 megawatts (MW) of wind energy. A joint site dedication for the Meadow Lake V Wind Farm was held Oct. 10 in White County.
Hoosier Energy's Solar Initiative Wraps Up
On a gloomy fall day, directors and representatives from Decatur County REMC, Southeastern Indiana REMC, Hoosier Energy and local officials dedicated a new, cooperative-owned, solar array on Thursday, Oct. 5.
Solar Program Nearing Completion
Hoosier Energy is nearing completion of its 10-megawatt solar program, with the completion and dedication this month of the 8th and 9th arrays. 
Orange County REMC Dedicates Solar Array
Officials from Orange County REMC dedicated a new solar array on State Road 37 today that will turn sunshine into electricity for homes and businesses throughout the Orange County REMC service area.
Let the sun shine
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Charah adds Ohio Valley ash distribution through Indiana station contract
Click here to access article by Concrete News.
Multiple counties push economic opportunity in Indiana
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