Legislators pass bill to expand R.I.’s offshore wind procurement

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island is expanding its commitment to renewable energy thanks to legislation passed by the General Assembly on Thursday, which requires the state’s primary utility company to procure 600 to 1,000 megawatts of new offshore wind capacity. As an incentive, the utility company may receive up to 1% of the contract amount, a…

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