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Emily Fields, a biological sciences student at the University of Rhode Island, conducts sampling of macroalgae along Narragansett Bay. Through higher sewer rates, many homes and businesses in northern Rhode Island have been paying for a nearly $1.4 billion tunnel project by the Narragansett Bay Commission to prevent dirty wastewater from overflowing into the bay./PBN FILE PHOTO

Price of cleaner bay? Rising sewer bills

If they already haven’t realized it, households and businesses in Greater Providence are paying much of the cost of keeping Narragansett Bay clean.To comply...
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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...

S.K. businesses take advantage of RIIB energy-efficiency financing

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Three businesses in the town have recently taken advantage of a Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank program to help businesses finance their...

Opinion: Vote yes on Question 3

On November 6, Rhode Island voters have an historic opportunity to champion some of the best things about Rhode Island, the things that make...
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...
JANET COIT, director of the state Department of Environmental Management, said Rhode Island will use the nearly $21 million in federal grants for an array of water improvements projects / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Rhode Island gets $22M for water improvement projects

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island has received nearly $22 million in federal grants for drinking water and wastewater improvement projects, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency...
JEFFREY DIEHL is the CEO of Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND INFRASTRUCTURE BANK

Opinion: Second annual Rhode Island Infrastructure Summit to focus on investments,...

Communities across Rhode Island rely on well-functioning infrastructure every day. From the roads we drive on to the water we drink, reliable, modern infrastructure...
TALKING INFRASTRUCTURE: Attendees have conversations with one another during last year’s Rhode Island Infrastructure Summit at the Omni Providence Hotel. This year’s summit, hosted by the R.I. Infrastructure Bank, will take place Monday, Sept. 17, at the R.I. Convention Center in Providence.
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Editor’s Choice: R.I. Infrastructure Bank to hold Infrastructure Summit Sept. 17

EDITOR’S CHOICE R.I. Infrastructure Bank to hold Infrastructure Summit Sept. 17 THE R.I. INFRASTRUCTURE BANK will hold its second annual Infrastructure Summit, which will...
THE LAUREL LANE Country Club celebrated with a ribbon cutting for its new solar panels which are projected to save the club $1.3 million in energy costs over 25 years. / COURTESY E2SOL

R.I. golf club celebrates move to solar energy

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The Laurel Lane Country Club on Tuesday celebrated its new solar panel clusters that are expected to eventually provide all of...
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