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Jurisdictional electric utilities are required to submit Integrated Resource Plans (IRPs) every two years. IRPs describe how the utility plans to deliver safe, reliable, and efficient electricity at just and reasonable rates. Further, these plans must be in the public interest and consistent with state energy and environmental policies.
Each utility’s IRP explains how it will use existing and future resources to meet customer demand. When selecting these resources, the utility must consider a broad range of potential future conditions and variables and select a combination that would result in the lowest overall long-term cost for its customers.
The following utilities must submit IRPs to the IURC. Here you may access the IRPs, as well as comments received about the plans.
For more information on the IURC's Guidelines for IRPs, please see 170 IAC 4-7-1. Interested parties may submit comments pursuant to 170 IAC 4-7-2. Comments may be submitted via email or the U.S. Postal Service (one copy). Please note that the rule requires comments to be submitted within 90 days (ending January 30, 2014) of the IRP being filed with the IURC, or within 30 days of any supplemental/responsive comments from the utility.
The deadline for submission of written comments on the Draft Report was Monday, March 31, 2014. Comments submitted regarding the draft report are shown below.
Citizens Action Coalition, Earthjustice, Mullett & Associates, and Sierra Club: Comments
Duke Energy Indiana: Comments
Indiana Michigan Power Company: Comments
Indiana Municipal Power Agency: Comments
Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor: Comments
Wabash Valley Power: Comments
Questions regarding IRPs may directed to the IURC's Electricity Division at 317-232-2733 or via email.