Opinions Jan. 4, 2023

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Indiana Supreme Court
Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor, Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana, Inc., Vote Solar, Environmental Law & Policy Center, Solarize Indiana, Inc., Solar United Neighbors, and Indiana Distributed Energy Alliance v. Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company and Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission
Agency action. Affirms the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission’s approval of Southern Indiana Gas and Electric Company’s petition for approval of its new instantaneous netting method determining the amount of credit its customers receive for their excess distributed generation of electricity. Finds the commission properly held that Vectren’s instantaneous netting method is not contrary to law and satisfies the requirements in Indiana Code § 8-1-40-5. Justice Christopher Goff concurs in result without separate opinion. Justice Derek Molter did not participate.

Court of Appeals of Indiana
In the Matter of: A.T. (Minor Child) B.T. (Mother) v. Indiana Department of Child Services (mem. dec.)
Juvenile CHINS. Affirms A.T. is a child in need of services. Finds the Monroe Circuit Court’s findings were either correct or harmless error, and those findings and supporting evidence were sufficient to justify the trial court’s conclusion that the child was a CHINS.

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