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I&M customers in Michigan who purchase or lease a plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) may take advantage of special off-peak pricing and reimbursement of up to $2,500 toward the installation of a home charging station.
Indiana Michigan Power’s Cook Nuclear Plant Unit 2 returned to service Sunday, Dec. 5 following a refueling outage that began Oct. 6.
Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) customers can now use their mobile devices, such as a web-enabled cell phone, iPhone or Android device, to report outages online at IndianaMichiganPower.com.
The rising price of copper is a factor in the increased theft of wire and equipment on Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) utility poles, in cabinets and inside substations. Tampering with electrical equipment can alter the design of the distribution system and create conditions that are dangerous to the general public and I&M employees in addition to the thieves.
A free program, offered to students in grades four through seven within I&M’s Indiana
service territory, is designed to educate and inspire students to develop behaviors that lead to making smart energy choices to support a sustainable future.
The City of Fort Wayne and Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) announced today that they have signed an agreement resolving issues surrounding the conclusion of the 35-year-old City Light lease. The agreement is subject to approval by Fort Wayne City Council and the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC).
Refueling outage to be extended by two to three weeks.
MPSC APPROVES RATE CASE SETTLEMENT
Energy Share, funded by contributions from I&M and its customers, is a program that offers energy assistance to quaifying low-income households.
From now through Dec. 15, 2010, I&M residential electric customers in Indiana are eligible for special pricing that will allow them to purchase ENERGY STAR® qualified compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) for as little as 99 cents at participating retailers.
Indiana Michigan Power (I&M), announced changes to the executive leadership team for the subsidiary of American Electric Power (AEP) that serves over 582,000 customers in Indiana and Michigan.
Indiana Michigan Power has launched three new energy efficiency programs for Indiana customers as part of its SMART Programs: Saving Money And Resources Together®. The programs -- Residential Rebate Program, C&I Rebates Program, and Residential Home Energy Savings Program -- aim to give Indiana customers greater control over their energy usage and help them reduce overall energy costs.
Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) residential customers in Indiana
now have an easy way to recycle their old, inefficient refrigerators and freezers and save up to $150 extra a year in energy costs. All they need to do is schedule a complimentary pick up, and receive a $30 incentive reward, through I&M’s new Appliance Recycling Program.
Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) has added two new programs to its compliment of energy savings initiatives rolled out to Michigan
customers in late 2009. The Refrigerator/Freezer Recycling Rebate Program and a program featuring online home energy audits are the latest offerings designed to help customers in Michigan
conserve electricity and reduce electric bills.