PROVIDENCE — There was little debate and no public comment before the Coastal Resources Management Council voted to approve the LNG project proposed for the city's waterfront. But the audience provided plenty of noise throughout the meeting.
WARWICK, R.I. — The proposed Burrillville fossil-fuel power plant is on life support, according to one of the main lawyers fighting the project.
NARRAGANSETT, R.I. — Cape Wind may be gone, but it’s still fresh on the minds of attendees and speakers at a two-day southern New England wind energy conference hosted by the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography.
Rhode Island's Energy Facilities Siting Board wants to know more about Invenergy’s interconnection problem regarding the Clear River Energy Center proposed for the woods of Burrillville. And according to the Conservation Law Foundation, it’s a big deal.
Two straight days of public hearings heaped criticism on the proposed Clear River Energy Center. Much of the hostility came from a lack of information about water agreements and the promised benefits of what stands to be Rhode Island's largest fossil-fuel power plant.
WARWICK, R.I. — The recent decision allows for the installation of so-called “solar arrays + storage” systems under four disputed conditions.
PROVIDENCE — The atmosphere was passionate and at times tense during the second public hearing for a natural gas-cooling facility proposed for the city's waterfront.
PROVIDENCE — The environmental advocacy group No LNG in PVD wants a hearing to stop construction on contaminated land on the city's industrial waterfront.
WARWICK, R.I. — Delays keep piling up for the fossil-fuel power plant proposed for Burrillville, as the Energy Facilities Siting Board has agreed to postpone the application process another 90 days.
BURRILLVILLE, R.I. — The next public hearing, scheduled for Nov. 27 in front of the Energy Facilities Siting Board, will address several motions.
PROVIDENCE — At the first of two public hearings for the liquefied natural gas facility proposed for the city's industrial waterfront, opponents offered a number of reasons why the project shouldn't be built.
BURRILLVILLE, R.I. — The jockeying continues ahead of Clear River Energy Center public hearings that are scheduled to begin next month.
Three recent reports project up to 36,000 new jobs and 8,000 megawatts of offshore wind power between New Jersey and Maine by 2030.