Duke Energy Indiana’s revised plan for modernizing its present electric grid has been agreed upon by some of the main consumer groups of the state. “Besides replacing aging equipment, the plan modernizes the electric grid for the type of information and services that consumers have come to expect,” said Melody Birmingham-Byrd, President, Duke Energy Indiana.
The original proposal made by Duke Energy was denied in December last year by Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission. The commission requested the company to focus more on the electric grid. More details of this development are available here.