R.I. falling behind clean-energy goals report finds, state officials disagree

MOST OF THE energy produced at the Block Island Wind Farm, developed by Deepwater Wind LLC, wasn't factored into a new report critical of clean-energy programs in Rhode Island and other states. / COURTESY DEEPWATER WIND LLC
PROVIDENCE – With its wind and solar projects, Rhode Island is known for doing its part in the march toward so-called “clean” energy production. However, a report released Tuesday found the Ocean State is on pace to fall far short of its renewable-energy goals. Rhode Island received a “D” grade in the report from Food…

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