Lawmakers Look For Energy Program Replacement
October 27, 2014 — Indiana’s energy efficiency program called Energizing Indiana is being eliminated at the end of the year.
The program was doing well… a recent report showed on average it saved 3 dollars for every one dollar spent. But the cost of the program was also expected to more than double over the next five years.
So, as Gretchen Frazee reports, state lawmakers rejected it and are now looking into alternative programs…
[Photo: Energizing Indiana field supervisor Mike Bass changes a light bulb during an energy audit of a Columbus home. Gretchen Frazee, IPBS]