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Despite 2021 rate decreases, manufacturers criticize National Grid energy efficiency plan

PROVIDENCE – Thanks to unspent funds during the pandemic, National Grid Rhode Island customers will see the charges they pay to support energy efficiency...

Warwick business park owner plans 4MW parking lot solar array

WARWICK – The owner of a large industrial business park near T.F. Green Airport is moving forward with plans to build a sprawling, solar...

RIPUC approves National Grid’s proposed winter electricity rates

WARWICK – National Grid Rhode Island customers will see their monthly electricity bills increase by roughly 10% beginning Oct. 1, according to new rates...

RIPUC approves National Grid’s proposed winter electricity rates

WARWICK – National Grid Rhode Island customers will see their monthly electricity bills increase by roughly 10% beginning Oct. 1, according to new rates...

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Proposed three-year rate hike for Providence Water customers approved

WARWICK - Residential and municipal customers of the Providence Water Supply Board will soon see their monthly bills increase. The R.I. Public Utilities Commission on...

Two R.I. parking lot solar arrays approved in National Grid’s first-round...

WARWICK – Two solar developers with plans to build ground-mounted canopies over parking lots will be the first to benefit from a new state...

National Grid proposes small increase in winter electricity rates

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island residents and businesses would again see their electric rates go up this winter, although they won’t be paying as much...

National Grid proposes small increase in winter electricity rates

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island residents and businesses would again see their electric bills go up this winter, although they won't be paying as much...
THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION unanimously approved a 20-year agreement to purchase power from D.E. Shaw Renewable Investments at 5.3 cents per kilowatt-hour for energy and environmental benefits. D.E. Shaw Renewable Investments, a part of the D.E. Shaw group.

R.I. regulators OK plan to buy power from Conn. solar project

WARWICK (AP) – A contract with all three Rhode Island electric utilities to purchase power from a Connecticut solar project has received state regulatory...

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