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SETTLING THE MATTERS: R.I. Superior Court Associate Justice Richard A. Licht says he’s closed more than 900 tax valuation appeals from across Rhode Island in recent years, more than half from Providence. 
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VALUE JUDGMENTS: Hotels, office buildings, utility properties among Providence’s biggest tax...

When it comes to property values, everybody’s got an opinion. And when millions of tax dollars are at stake, many are willing to fight...

Five Questions with: James Houle

James Houle is an appraiser and Rhode Island real estate expert based in Portsmouth, where he runs his business, James Houle & Associates. House...
ELECTRICITY CUSTOMERS in Rhode Island and Massachusetts have seen rates skyrocket in recent years in part because of the region's reliance on natural gas to produce electricity, but the rates in both states have differed greatly at times. / / AP FILE PHOTO

Purchase power of utility companies on display in R.I., Mass.

Rhode Island electricity users who will see their rates remain about the same compared with last winter's rates might be looking with envy into...

Smartapp.com, SAP Store enter into new construction tech partnership

WEST WARWICK – A Rhode Island software company is expanding its reach into the construction project management sphere through a new partnership with a global online marketplace. The partnership between West...

Regulators approve temporary extension on Portsmouth LNG facility for upcoming winter 

For the fourth consecutive winter, a Portsmouth liquified natural gas facility will serve as a temporary, backup heating source for Aquidneck Island.  The R.I. Energy...

SouthCoast Wind developer to pay $60.4M to break contracts with Mass....

Breaking a contract comes at a price. In the case of the Massachusetts offshore wind developer reneging on its power purchase agreements with utility companies,...

Fight for control over invoicing fraud investigation heats up PUC meeting

A turf war has broken out between the dueling divisions of the state utility agency. The territorial battle centers on who should lead the investigation...
POWERS THAT BE: Peter Kaczmarek, president of Mearthane Products Corp. in Cranston, has decided to add rooftop solar panels to his facility in part because of concerns about increasing electricity rates in the region. 
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Firms fret about how big their power bills will grow

The massive milling machines and grinders used to make Hindley Manufacturing Co.’s signature wire hardware are power hungry, so it’s no surprise that President...

PPL Foundation opens grant program for R.I. nonprofits

PROVIDENCE – The philanthropic arm of the state’s primary utility operator is offering grants of up to $50,000 to eligible Rhode Island nonprofits. PPL Foundation,...

National Grid program manipulated invoices, costing R.I. customers $2.2M

PROVIDENCE – National Grid intentionally manipulated the invoices of its energy-efficiency program from 2012 to 2020, costing Rhode Island customers up to $2.2 million...
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