The future of energy starts now off Rhode Island’s shores

Nearly 11 years after Gov. Donald L. Carcieri and his administration chose Deepwater Wind to be the developer of Rhode Island’s first large-scale offshore wind-energy project, the Ocean State is one step closer to making it a reality. The company that was chosen to put up what was expected to be 100 wind turbines to…

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