Development of East Providence marine terminal gains $15M in Rebuild Rhode Island incentives

THE SOUTH QUAY Marine Terminal in East Providence, at right, will receive up to $15 million in Rebuild Rhode Island tax credits to support development of facilities for offshore wind projects. / COURTESY RI WATERFRONT ENTERPRISES LLC
THE SOUTH QUAY Marine Terminal in East Providence, at right, will receive up to $15 million in Rebuild Rhode Island tax credits to support development of facilities for offshore wind projects. / COURTESY RI WATERFRONT ENTERPRISES LLC
EAST PROVIDENCE – A city waterfront area called the South Quay Marine Terminal will be redeveloped to support offshore wind developments, using up to $15 million in state incentives. The Rebuild Rhode Island tax credits authorized Thursday will enable the $103 million in improvements to move forward. The project, put forth by property owner RI…

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