PROVIDENCE — As opposition intensifies against offshore drilling along the East Coast and most of the coastal United States, Rhode Island has a unique tool to disrupt the proposal.
NARRAGANSETT, R.I. — Rhode Island’s governor and members of Congress are calling for an all-out effort to oppose President’s Trump’s plan for offshore drilling along the Eastern seaboard.
As expected, half of the power output from the proposed Burrillville, R.I., fossil-fuel power pant was excluded from the recent power-purchase auction held by the operator of the New England power grid
PROVIDENCE — Gov. Gina Raimondo wants to ramp up the amount of homegrown and out-of-state renewable energy flowing to Rhode Island.
By all accounts, the rejection of the Northern Pass energy project was a major surprise. The plan to deliver 1.09 gigawatts of hydropower from Quebec through New Hampshire to southern New England.
PROVIDENCE — Attendees entering Veterans Memorial Auditorium last Wednesday night were greeted with a pat down and bag search, and were prohibited from carrying in computers, food and beverages.
Massachusetts is the first New England state to make a deal for hydropower from Canada.
The final phase of the Clear River Energy Center application process is set to go forward now that two key legal hurdles have been settled, at least for the moment.
The solar industry and its customers are getting hit with higher costs. President Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on imported solar panels has led to accusations of favoritism toward the fossil-fuel industry.
Data obtained from various studies will help agency and industry partners balance renewable-energy development with conservation and will guide the use of this technology at additional offshore sites in the future.
A pivotal hearing for the fossil-fuel power plant proposed for the woods of Burrillville, R.I., has been canceled after the out-of-state developer reversed course on two key issues.
Water is once again a problem for Invenergy Thermal Development LLC, the Chicago-based developer of the fossil-fuel power plant proposed for the woods of Burrillville, R.I.
As wind power spins forward in the United States, the giant turbine blades that generate energy are often cited for the death of birds and bats.
Invenergy has accused Burrillville town officials of spreading false information about the proposed Clear River Energy Center, and therefore has decided to withhold a $500,000 payment to the town.