Opposition group to visit proposed Burrillville power plant site ahead of final hearings

THE PROPOSED CLEAR RIVER ENERGY CENTER had another setback this week when federal officials confirmed the cancellation of a capacity supply obligation for the facility previously auctioned by ISO New England. / COURTESY INVENERGY
THE PROPOSED CLEAR RIVER ENERGY CENTER had another setback this week when federal officials confirmed the cancellation of a capacity supply obligation for the facility previously auctioned by ISO New England. / COURTESY INVENERGY
BURRILLVILLE – A coalition opposing the proposed Invenergy power plant in Burrillville plans a “walk in the woods” Tuesday to draw attention to the impact the plant would have on surrounding wildlife and forestland. The event comes shortly before the Rhode Island Energy Facility Siting Board is scheduled to continue final hearings on the proposal…

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