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OER launches online marketplace to bolster solar participation

PROVIDENCE - Rhode Island residents and business owners seeking to jump on the state’s solar economy can now connect with solar farms seeking subscribers...
BEST OF BOTH WORLDS: David Lamb, assistant director of facilities services and utilities for the University of Rhode Island, at a solar array built on the former West Kingston landfill site in South Kingstown. Lamb says the project is the best of both worlds – development of clean energy that helps the state reduce its reliance on fossil fuels without sacrificing the carbon absorption and wildlife habitat benefits of trees. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

URI official: ‘No downside’ to consortium’s 46-MW project

Tucked behind a half-filled student parking lot, partially obscured by chain-link fencing, acres of solar panels are quietly powering a new future for the...
THE YMCA of Greater Providence has entered into a virtual net metering agreement that is expected to save the organization over $3 million in electricity costs over 25 years.

YMCA of Greater Providence projects savings from virtual net metering

PROVIDENCE - The YMCA of Greater Providence has signed a deal through National Grid’s Virtual Net Metering Program that is expected to save the...

Mixed signals on solar expansion

The solar industry has a firm foothold in Rhode Island, but a consequential issue is arising – how to best manage the industry’s growth. For...

GA failure on energy costs us all

The recently ended legislative session let die two bills passed by the Senate, ones that on their face would seem to make strange bedfellows...

Let businesses tap virtual net metering

For years, Rhode Island’s business community has been raising alarms over rising electricity costs and their impact on our ability to hire more workers...

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