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GREEN DEVELOPMENT LLC, a Rhode Island-based developer of solar and wind projects, is building a 83,000-square-foot facility in Quonset Business Park.

Green Development to build operations facility at Quonset

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Green Development LLC is building an 83,000-square-foot operations and support facility at Quonset Business Park, the company announced Wednesday. The proposed building...

Green Development moves headquarters to Chapel View

CRANSTON – Green Development LLC will relocate its headquarters from North Kingstown to Cranston, choosing a 22,000-square-foot space at Chapel View. The company will move...

Solar Power World ranks Green Development among top solar contractors

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Green Development LLC was ranked No. 179 out of the top 415 solar companies by Solar Power World magazine in the...

DEM orders unapproved Coventry solar project to ‘cease and desist’ work

COVENTRY – The R.I. Department of Environmental Management’s Department of Planning & Development has issued a cease-and-desist order to an unauthorized solar installation off...
GREEN DEVELOPMENT has applied for height variances for three turbines in the Providence port area. The turbines would be 364 feet tall. / COURTESY GOOGLE INC.

Providence zoning board to consider 3 new 364-ft. turbines at waterfront

PROVIDENCE – The Providence Zoning Board of Review will consider two proposals for the construction of three wind turbines on the Providence waterfront at...
GREEN DEVELOPMENT said construction on a seven-turbine onshore wind farm in Johnston will begin next week and the company expects the turbines to be operational before the end of the year.

Seven-turbine, onshore wind farm to begin construction in Johnston

JOHNSTON – Work on a seven-turbine, 21-megawatt onshore wind farm is expected to begin next week, the developer, Green Development LLC, announced Thursday. The company...
SHINING EXAMPLE: Workers install solar panels at East Providence Forbes Street project, due for completion in 2017. / PBN FILE PHOTO/BRIAN MCDONALD

R.I. company plans to create 500 jobs for solar panel projects

NORTH KINGSTOWN – A North Kingstown company developing clean energy projects plans to create roughly 500 jobs, with hiring starting next year, for two...

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