IEA members invest heavily in electric and natural gas infrastructure improvements in Indiana to aid in modernizing utility systems. Examples include investments in power plants, renewables, substations, circuits, underground cables, electric breakers/ transformers, the replacement and upgrade of natural gas transmission lines and distribution mains, and the extension of natural gas for economic development purposes.
In fact, more than $4B will be invested in aging infrastructure, modernization, and new development over the next five to seven years. The result of this investment has been an increase in safety, reliability and economic growth statewide, including in underserved areas. It also supports innovation and improves the customer experience.