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JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY has saved nearly $4 million through its energy-conservation efforts over the past four years. JWU Energy Conservation Office Manager Matthew Fannon, back row center, poses with students, from left, Justin Constant-Corbin (orange sweater); Taojun Gao (green shirt); John Markowski; Alejandra Merced (white shirt); Alexis Coccio (black shirt); and Cassidy Lanza, holding a check representing the savings. / COURTESY JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY

Energy conservation, sustainability lifestyle lead to $4M savings for JWU

PROVIDENCE – Over the past four years prudent energy-efficient practices and the replacement of outdated equipment has led to nearly $4 million in savings...
A NEW ACADEMIC PAPER alleges that energy companies have artificially limited natural gas supplies to New England through their purchasing practices. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/DANIEL ACKER

Analysis: Energy companies’ practices may have cost N.E. $3.6B

PROVIDENCE – A new academic analysis of the natural gas and electricity markets in New England accuses energy firms of artificially limiting the gas...
GAS PRICES in Rhode Island declined 3 cents this week to $2.66 per gallon, but remained 47 cents higher than prices at this time last year. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/AKOS STILLER

R.I. gas prices dip 3 cents this week

PROVIDENCE – The average price for self-serve, regular unleaded gasoline in Rhode Island decreased 3 cents this week to $2.66 per gallon, 11 cents...
INVENERGY has reached an agree ment with the Narragansett Indian Tribe and Benn Water & Heavy Transport to act as secondary suppliers for its proposed Burrillville powerplant. / COURTESY INVENERGY

Invenergy reaches deal with Narragansett Indian Tribe for water supply

BURRILLVILLE – Invenergy Thermal Development LLC reached deals Thursday with the Narragansett Indian Tribe and Benn Water & Heavy Transport to satisfy the company’s...

PowerDocks and Cay Electronics Team on Sales and Services in the...

PowerDocks LLC announced today that it has teamed with Cay Electronics Inc. as its authorized sales dealer and service provider for PowerDocks Blue Isles™...
SELF-SERVE, REGULAR UNLEADED gasoline prices in Rhode Island rose 2 cents this week, but remain below the national average. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/AKOS STILLER

R.I. gas prices rise 2 cents as Mass. sees 3 cent...

PROVIDENCE – Prices in Rhode Island for self-serve, regular unleaded gasoline increased 2 cents this week to $2.29 per gallon, according to AAA Northeast...
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Five Questions With Abigail Anthony

1. What made you want to join the R.I. Public Utilities Commission? Utility regulation needs to keep pace with technological advances and Rhode Islanders’...
THE R.I. GENERAL ASSEMBLY recently passed a new law, sponsored by Rep. Aaron Regunberg, above, D-Providence, expanding remote net-metering capabilities in Rhode Island. /PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

General Assembly approves expansion of remote net metering in R.I.

PROVIDENCE – Despite the fiscal 2018 budget standoff, the R.I. General Assembly did manage to pass various pieces of legislation, including a new law...

Fossil fuels won’t vanish

Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s latest New Energy Outlook points the way to a sunny, windy future for the global, electric power industry. That doesn’t...

E2SOL announces closing of first C-PACE Solar Farm Project in West...

June 27, 2017 - E2SOL LLC - Anthony Baro, E2SOL Managing Principal announces the closing of E2SOL’s first Commercial PACE (C-PACE) financed project, a...

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