Indeck Energy takes its responsibility to uphold all federal, state and local regulations seriously, and intends to implement protocols to continually monitor and report on our efforts. Working with the appropriate agencies, including the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, Indeck Energy will ensure that environmental impacts are moderated, wildlife and vegetation are protected and impacts to their habitats mitigated.

State-of-the-art natural gas-powered facilities like the proposed Indeck Niles Energy Center provide more reliable, affordable and cleaner solutions to support our energy needs than outdated coal plants. The proposed facility is projected to produce 50%-90% fewer emissions than traditional coal-fired plants, helping the State of Michigan achieve pollution reduction goals set by the EPA.