Natural-gas problems continue to mount in Massachusetts, leading to system-wide inspections for National Grid.
PROVIDENCE — Deepwater Wind, one of Rhode Island’s pioneering technology and renewable-energy companies, is now owned by a European business.
HOPKINTON, R.I. — The project, one of seven utility-scale solar facilities to be proposed, would cover 122 acres and require the clear-cutting of 35,000 trees.
JOHNSTON, R.I. — After a failed first attempt, delays, and a restructuring of ownership, the food-scrap processor and energy facility near the Central Landfill is close to operating again.
KINGSTON, R.I. — Since 2006, the University of Rhode Island has saved 11 million kilowatt-hours of energy.
SOMERSET, Mass. — The Brayton Point power plant isn’t likely to burn coal ever again as demolition is underway to level the former fossil-fuel facility.
WARWICK, R.I. — It took 5 minutes for the Energy Facilities Siting Board to agree to postpone the power-plant hearing process so that a federal agency can settle a key power-contract issue.
The proposed Burrillville, R.I., power plant received another setback as the application process looks to be suspended for up to two months and possibly indefinitely.
New research lead by the University of Rhode Island has concluded that offshore wind facilities produce minimal noise above and in the water while the blades are spinning.
WARWICK, R.I. — The town of Burrillville is disputing a key document that favors the proposed Burrillville power plant.
WARWICK, R.I. — The proposed Burrillville power plant was dealt a serious setback that was announced during the Sept. 20 Energy Facilities Siting Board hearing for the fossil-fuel project.
WARWICK, R.I. — Climate emissions are a contentious issue in deciding the fate of the natural-gas and diesel-fueled power plant proposed for the woods of Burrillville. But agreeing on how to measure the carbon pollution is being debated.
Rhode Island continues to push for more renewable energy. The latest is a call for 400 megawatts of power from new energy projects developed in and outside Rhode Island.
The latest hearings resume this week with critical testimony being debated in the long process to decide the fate of the the proposed Burrillville power plant.