EVANSVILLE, IN – Gov. Mitch Daniels signed the Clean Indiana Energy bill in hopes of reviving Indiana's coal industry, according to the Web site, www.grainnet.com. The bill is part of the governor's eco-nomic growth package, with incentives in the law encouraging the development of coal gas and biomass energy plants which utilize Indiana's supply of clean coal, corn, soybeans, and other renew-able organic material. The new bill could also assist Indiana in becoming more self-sufficient in en-ergy production and meet more strict environmental standards. Gov. Daniels signed legislation earlier this spring that requires biofuel use in state vehicles whenever possible.