AES Indiana, a subsidiary of the AES Corporation (NYSE: ), today announced a new partnership with that will accelerate electric car adoption and make charging electric cars easier and more affordable in Indiana.
Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL), a subsidiary of The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES), continues to accelerate the future of energy, and announced today a new name and brand identity. IPL is now AES Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis Power & Light Company, a subsidiary of the AES Corporation (NYSE: AES), today announced additions to its senior leadership and government affairs teams. The expanded teams have new capabilities for IPL to innovate to serve its customers' evolving needs.
Indianapolis Power & Light Company, a subsidiary of The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES), joins the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) for its annual Utilities United Against Scams (UUAS) National Scam Awareness Week. The advocacy campaign launches today and highlights more than 140 electric, water and natural gas utilities and their trade associations to raise awareness of common utility scams, which have increased this year due to COVID-19 and improvements in technology.
That magical moment is quickly approaching where one lucky child will have the opportunity to “flip the switch” for the Downtown Indy, Inc. Circle of Lights® presented by IBEW 481 on Friday, Nov. 27. Children ages 3-12 can enter the IPL Coloring Contest, which runs now through Nov. 16, by decorating the official coloring sheet of a large holiday light bulb.
Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL), a subsidiary of The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES), announces Kristina Lund has been named president and CEO of the utility which serves approximately 500,000 customers throughout central Indiana.
Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL), una subsidiaria de The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES), anuncia que Kristina Lund ha sido nombrada Presidenta y CEO de la empresa de servicios públicos que atiende a aproximadamente 500.000 clientes en todo el centro de Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL) has reached a settlement agreement with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) resolving purported violations of the Clean Air Act.
Indianapolis Power & Light Company customers are facing uncharted territory — many for the first time — due to the coronavirus pandemic. Temporary or permanent job loss, reduced working hours and increased time spent at home have impacted customers’ ability to pay their electric bills.
We’re taking additional steps today, by making extended payment plans available, to help customers continue to receive the essential electric service they need to keep homes cool during summer months, devices charged and WiFi working.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.— Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL) has received an increase in reports about payment scams. The uptick comes at a time when IPL is proactively reaching out to customers to provide flexible bill payment options, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis Power & Light Company today announces new planned options to assist customers experiencing financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. In mid-March, IPL suspended disconnection for nonpayment to provide the reliable electric service customers needed throughout the state’s stay-at-home order and beyond. Now, IPL is announcing expanded flexible payment arrangements available to customers to include 3, 6, 9 or 12-month options.
INDIANAPOLIS – Indianápolis Power & Light Company anuncia hoy nuevas opciones planificadas para ayudar a los clientes que experimentan dificultades financieras como resultado de la pandemia de COVID-19. A mediados de Marzo, IPL suspendió la desconexión por falta de pago para proporcionar el servicio eléctrico que los clientes necesitaban durante el pedido de estadía en el hogar.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Storms sweeping across Central Indiana today resulted in nearly 25,000 IPL customers without power as of 6 p.m. Saturday. Additional storms and outages are expected, due to high winds, hail and lightning. Customers without power should activate their storm plan and report their outage online at IPLpower.com/outages while staying away from downed lines, as well as crews and contractors responding during COVID-19.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES) United States Strategic Business Unit announced today that its US Utilities President and CEO Vince Parisi has resigned to spend more time with his family, who reside in the Columbus, Ohio area. Parisi, who is the President and CEO of Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL) and The Dayton Power and Light Company (DP&L), will depart effective June 5, 2020.
At Indianapolis Power & Light Company, we put the health and safety of our employees and customers first. We are closely monitoring the spread of the coronavirus, and we are following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Indiana State Department of Health and government leaders to minimize community spread.
Today we’re announcing two IPL employees experiencing COVID-19 symptoms have tested positive. These are IPL’s first confirmed COVID-19 cases. The employees have no history of exposure through travel, which indicates community spread.
Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL), a subsidiary of The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES), is recognizing Governor Eric J. Holcomb’s statewide #INthistogether campaign to equip everyone with the knowledge and resources to stay connected and motivated in preventing the spread of the coronavirus.
IPL will highlight various Hoosier heroes over the next week through its window lights displays. The displays begin around 8:45 p.m. Groups and campaigns to be recognized by IPL include:
Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL), a subsidiary of The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES), encourages customers planning outdoor improvement projects or yard work that involve digging or construction to call 8-1-1 at least two full business days ahead of their scheduled start. Customers can also submit requests online via 811NOW.com.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.— Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL), a subsidiary of The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES), has received an increase in reports about payment scams. Customers reported they’ve been contacted by someone claiming to represent IPL and indicating that electric service would be disconnected. One of the most common types of utility scams involves customers receiving unsolicited telephone, electronic or in-person communications by an individual claiming to represent the utility.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indianapolis Power & Light Company cares about Indianapolis and its surrounding communities and recognizes the impact and stress COVID-19 is causing in people’s daily lives. To help ensure people continue to get the electricity they need, IPL has immediately suspended disconnection for nonpayment until April 15 for residential and business customers. IPL recommends all customers do their best to maintain timely utility bill payments, as they will be responsible to pay all charges associated with usage during this period.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL), an AES Company, received approval from the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) to invest $1.2 billion to modernize its electric grid over a seven-year-period to meet customers’ rapidly changing energy needs.