PROVIDENCE – A bill that would have encouraged greater use of solar panels among Rhode Island’s commercial and industrial properties and another bill to better control where solar panels are located both died in the recent state legislative session. A bill by Senate Majority Leader Michael McCaffrey, D-Warwick, would have expanded the state’s “virtual net…
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