REHOBOTH, Mass. — The compressor station proposed for the town is still on hold but opponents of the natural-gas pipeline project are staying on the offensive.
WARWICK, R.I. — The final hearings for the proposed Burrillville power plant ended April 3, with more than two days of questions for John Niland, director of business development for Invenergy Thermal Development LLC.
WARWICK, R.I. — The Energy Facility Siting Board may finally have justification for denying the proposed Burrillville power plant.
WARWICK, R.I. — Jerry Elmer has made no secret of his intent to diminish the credibility of the developer of the proposed Burrillville power plant and its head of business development.
PROVIDENCE — A House hearing is scheduled for March 14 at the rise, about 4 p.m., for the solar-siting bill the Office of Energy Resources has been working on since 2017.
Hearings for the fossil-fuel power plant proposed for the woods of Burrillville, R.I., are scheduled to resume this week with the questioning of experts about the environmental impacts of the $1 billion energy facility.
NARRAGANSETT, R.I. — The Coastal Resources Management Council board approved the Vineyard Wind offshore energy proposal by a 8-0 vote.
SOUTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. — A deal between fishermen and Vineyard Wind is nearly approved, but the revised agreement won’t give fishermen much more than what was originally offered by the developer.
KILLINGLY, Conn. — The Connecticut Siting Council recently voted to reopen NTE Connecticut LLC’s application for the construction of a 650-megawatt dual-fuel electric generating facility on Lake Road.
PROVIDENCE — To create a more sustainable campus and confront what scientists have declared an increasingly dire threat posed by global climate change, Brown University has set an aggressive goal to achieve net-zero no later than 2040.
Fishermen and Vineyard Wind have agreed to a deadline for settling their financial differences over a compensation package for the 92-square-mile offshore wind facility.
As the Green New Deal makes national headlines, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse is advancing a less-heralded approach to cutting climate emissions, one with the added benefit of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Lanny Dellinger, a Newport, R.I.-based lobsterman and chairman of the Fishermen’s Advisory Board, said fishermen are being rushed to accept a compensation offer for the harm they say will be caused by the Vineyard Wind offshore project.
WOOD RIVER JUNCTION, R.I. — By a 3-2 vote on Jan. 28, the Hopkinton Town Council voted down what would have been Rhode Island’s largest solar facility.