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Five Questions With Jeffrey Diehl

Jeffrey Diehl | CEO, Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank1. How is the Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank funded? The bank, a quasi-public corporation, does not...
RHODE ISLAND INFRASTRUCTURE BANK has long supported projects with a positive environmental impact, but the bank formalized its commitment by taking the Green Bond Pledge, said Jeffrey Diehl, the bank’s CEO. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND INFRASTRUCTURE BANK

Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank takes Green Bond Pledge

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank has taken the Green Bond Pledge, which asserts that when applicable, bonds financing long-term infrastructure and capital...

Hundreds show up for meeting on tackling R.I. infrastructure needs

PROVIDENCE – Improving Rhode Island’s infrastructure is a big job, drawing more than 300 people who turned out recently for Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank’s...
THE RHODE ISLAND Infrastructure Bank, along with R.I. Airport Corp. and R.I. Department of Environmental Management, was awarded the 2017 Pisces Award by the U.S Environmental Protection Agency, for its role in establishing equipment at T.F. Green Airport designed to prevent the runoff of harmful pollutants.

Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank finances $17M for roadway repairs

PROVIDENCE – Road and sidewalk improvements are on the way for three Rhode Island communities, thanks to an unconventional financing plan by Rhode Island...

Five Questions With: Michael Baer

Michael Baer is the managing director, program and business development, at Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank. Baer leads the bank’s client-management and product-development business, creating...
THE R.I. INFRASTRUCTURE BANK recently made a $5 million loan to pay for road improvements in East Greenwich, and a $3 million loan with Pawtucket’s Pavement Management Program, a public works project aimed at resurfacing about 30 miles of city streets.

RIIB loans $8M for infrastructure-repair projects in East Greenwich, Pawtucket

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Infrastructure Bank has closed a round of loans totaling $8 million for infrastructure-repair projects in East Greenwich and Pawtucket.The deals...
PROVIDENCE WATER SUPPLY BOARD will use a $16.2 million loan from Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank to replace existing lead pipes that connect customers to main water lines. /COURTESY PROVIDENCE WATER SUPPLY BOARD

Providence Water Supply Board receives $16.2M RIIB loan to replace lead...

PROVIDENCE – The Providence Water Supply Board was approved for a $16.2 million loan to replace lead pipes.The deal was made with the Rhode...
THE RHODE ISLAND INFRASTRUCTURE BANK recently made a deal to finance $40.7 million for clean-water projects in North Kingstown, Newport and Warwick.

Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank finances $40M for clean-water projects

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank last week made a deal to finance $40.7 million for clean-water projects in North Kingstown, Newport and...
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RIIB saves municipal borrowers $5.9M

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank estimates it has recently saved municipal borrowers $5.9 million by refinancing outstanding debt.The quasi-public financing group says...
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