Developers push back on proposed cuts to National Grid renewable energy tariffs

GREEN DEVELOPMENT CEO and founder Mark DePasquale, pictured here with a solar array his company developed in West Greenwich, is one of the developers fighting back against proposed cuts to long-term tariffs paid for energy generation under National Grid's 2021 Renewable Energy Growth Program. / PBN FILE PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN
PROVIDENCE – A proposed price cut to what National Grid Rhode Island will pay for energy produced by commercial solar projects has drawn ire from some developers who say reduced financial incentives make it impossible to justify the higher costs incurred by renewable energy projects. National Grid, through its annual Renewable Energy Growth Program, aims…

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