Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission
302 West Washington Street, Room 306
Indianapolis Indiana 46204
The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission has given permission for the boundaries of Greenfield’s municipally owned electric utility to expand.
Under the provisions of Cause No. 41671, the Commissioners find that the city can provide adequate and reliable service to the annexed area. The utility is allowed to annex sixty (60) acres of land near the intersection of McKenzie Road and Blue Road. Right now there are two retail customers located on that parcel. All of the owners of the land and both retail customers have requested that their electrical services be provided by the City of Greenfield.
The city of Greenfield provides electric utility service to approximately 7,248 customers in and around Greenfield.
As part of the transaction, the city of Greenfield will pay Hancock County REMC d/b/a Central Indiana Power, $22,465.89.
The order is effective immediately.