INDIANAPOLIS — A state utility watchdog group says Northwest Indiana residents already hit hard by rising prices could find themselves in a “dire utility affordability crisis” after NIPSCO’s latest rate request.

But the utility says these are near-term costs associated with its plan to switch to clean, renewable energy, which will mean saving for customers in the long run.

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