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Indianapolis Power & Light Co.

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One Monument Circle
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Last Updated: January 18, 2018

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About Indianapolis Power & Light Co.

<b>A snapshot of IPL Operations:</b><BR><BR> IPL provides electric service to approximately 470,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers in Indianapolis and other Central Indiana communities.<BR><BR> IPL has a service territory of 528 square miles.<BR><BR> IPL began operations in January of 1927.<BR><BR> <BR><BR> Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL) has nearly 1,500 employees.<BR><BR> IPL owns and operates three primarily coal-fired generating plants and a separate combustion turbine, with a total generating capacity of 3,353 megawatts (MW).<BR><BR> Petersburg Generating Station, located in Pike County, Indiana, with a production capacity of 1,760 MW of power.<BR><BR> Eagle Valley Generating Station, located in Martinsville, with a production capacity of 341 MW of power.<BR><BR> Harding Street Station, located on Indianapolis’ southwest side, with a production capacity of 1,094 MW of power.<BR><BR> Georgetown combustion turbine, located on the northwest side of Indianapolis, with a production capacity of 158 MW of power.<BR><BR> IPL’s transmission system includes 3,222 miles of power lines.<BR><BR> IPL’s distribution system involves approximately 28,842 line miles of conductor.<BR><BR> IPL’s system has 75 high-voltage substations and 69 distribution substations.<BR><BR> IPL’s parent company, AES, is a global power company generating and distributing electric power for millions of people in 27 countries on five continents.<BR><BR> Source: IPL

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A team of researchers led by Kevin Gurney, a professor and researcher at Arizona State University, has recently developed a model that can predict carbon emissions on the street level.

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A new planned foray into solar energy will cost IPL $300 million, generate about 100 megawatts, and represent about 3 percent of the company's 3,353 MW production capacity.