Can R.I. ride wind-energy wave?

PROJECTS AKIN to the Block Island Wind Farm , developed by Deepwater Wind, will require significant port acreage. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/ERIC THAYER
OFFSHORE WIND PROJECTS, like the Block Island Wind Farm developed by Deepwater Wind, will require significant port acreage. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/ERIC THAYER
Rhode Island has invested heavily in its port infrastructure in recent years, to retrofit what had been created with the last century’s industries in mind. A bond approved in 2016 was the latest effort. It provided $70 million to the two ports in Rhode Island, including a $20 million share for the Port of Providence…

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