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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...

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...

Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank to host infrastructure summit Sept. 17

PROVIDENCE – Providence-based Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank is slated to host its second annual Rhode Island Infrastructure Summit this month at the R.I. Convention...
THE RHODE ISLAND INFRASTRUCTURE BANK recently made a deal to finance $40.7 million for clean-water projects in North Kingstown, Newport and Warwick.

Infrastructure Bank finances drinking water improvement projects

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank is financing $18.2 million for municipal drinking water improvement projects in Woonsocket, Cumberland, Providence, and Burrillville, the bank...
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 RHODE ISLAND Infrastructure Bank helped finance a $503,000 solar project for US Extruders, a single-screw extruders manufacturer in Westerly, which is installing roof-mounted solar panels that are expected to save the company $247,000 in reduced energy costs over a 20-year period. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/KEN JAMES

RIIB finances $503K solar project in Westerly

WESTERLY – The Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank helped finance a $503,000 solar project for a Westerly based manufacturer that expects to save thousands in...

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