Improve reliability.
Improve infrastructure.
Improve your experience.
Investing in our grid for our customers.


revAMP is a seven-year Plan to invest $1.2 billion in the modernization of AES Indiana’s electric grid. Most of the modernization plan addresses the upgrade and replacement of aging equipment, hardware and other assets. The remaining revAMP Plan allows AES Indiana to provide customers with new, state of the art equipment and technologies that provide customers with:

  • Improved service reliability, efficiency and performance

  • Fewer outages and shorter duration of outages

  • Improved safety

  • Enhanced equipment performance and reliability

  • Improved Customer experience and communications

AES Indiana's revAMP plan was approved by the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) on March 4, 2020.

Read the press release.


Miles of Overhead Lines Rebuilt


Million Feet of Underground Cable Replaced


Smart Meter Conversion


Investment in AES Indiana's Grid

Project Benefits

revAMP will focus on the improvement of six key areas.

The revAMP Plan involves replacing outdated infrastructure, some of which is more than 50 years old, with new, modern assets will allow AES Indiana to move to a more enabled and modern electric system for customers.


By updating aging infrastructure, the revAMP Plan can decrease the risk of outages and allow AES Indiana to restore service quicker and more efficiently.


Advanced technology and replacement of older equipment provides safety features that protect our customers and employees.

Customer Experience

With smarter technology, AES Indiana can be instantly notified of any outages or service issues, which allows AES Indiana to begin working on a resolution right away while keeping you informed.

Operation Efficiency

New technology will allow AES Indiana to pinpoint location and cause of issues in our infrastructure. This provides us with a better assessment to know what and who it takes to resolve issues.


Moving to a modern grid will enable integration of new technologies, like customer-sited renewables, and will create a grid that can heal itself.



Projects are subject to Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission approval. This section will be updated.