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Daniele Inc. | Del Duca Prosciutto

THE STORY: Daniele is a Rhode Island-based, family-owned and -operated charcuterie that was founded in 1945. It is known worldwide for its Del Duca...
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

Opposition group to visit proposed Burrillville power plant site ahead of...

BURRILLVILLE – A coalition opposing the proposed Invenergy power plant in Burrillville plans a “walk in the woods” Tuesday to draw attention to the...
A RENDERING of the proposed natural gas-powered electrical plant in Burrillville.  / COURTESY INVENERGY LLC

Burrillville challenges Invenergy over withheld tax payment

BURRILLVILLE – Burrillville lawyers on Friday sent a notice of default to Invenergy Thermal Development LLC, saying the company violated a tax agreement and...
A RENDERING of the proposed natural gas-powered electrical plant in Burrillville. / COURTESY INVENERGY LLC

Invenergy cancels water deal with Narragansett Indians

PROVIDENCE – Invenergy Thermal Development LLC on Monday agreed to terminate its water-supply agreement with the Narragansett Indian Tribe.The agreement would have given Invenergy...
PETER F. KILMARTIN is the state's top attorney. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Kilmartin denounces Invenergy power plant

PROVIDENCE – Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin on Friday denounced a proposed power plant in Burrillville, saying it’s unneeded and bad for the economy...
A RENDERING OF the proposed natural gas-powered electrical plant in Burrillville. / COURTESY INVENERGY LLC

Court rules lawsuit opposing Invenergy power plant will go forward

Updated at 3:59 p.m.PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Superior Court on Tuesday denied Invenergy LLC’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the Conservation Law...
REALLY NOT NEEDED? The proposed natural gas-fired power plant in Burrillville was rejected over the summer by state regulators after the company proposing to build it, Invenergy, could not prove to the state Energy Facility Siting Board that it was needed. Now a study by the Rocky Mountain Institute questions whether nearly all plants across the nation such as this will be economically feasible at all within a decade and a half, thus supporting more investments in renewable energy. / COURTESY INVENERGY LLC

State considering $47M power lines for Burrillville power plant

WARWICK – State regulators are considering a $47.2 million transmission line project to connect the pending 1,000-megawatt, gas-fired power plant in Burrillville to the region’s...
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