The gaining popularity of solar power in R.I.

BRIGHT IDEA: From left, Beaumont Solar project manager Scott Milnes, President and CEO Phil Cavallo and master electrician Ed Murphy work on a rooftop project. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
BRIGHT IDEA: From left, Beaumont Solar project manager Scott Milnes, President and CEO Phil Cavallo and master electrician Ed Murphy work on a rooftop project. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
As the threat of climate change continues to garner attention on the regional, national and international levels, and energy costs continue to rise, municipalities, businesses and homeowners alike are searching for ways to “go green,” both in the environmental and economic sense. In addition to recycling and paperless billing programs, there has been focus on…

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