Two R.I. parking lot solar arrays approved in National Grid’s first-round renewable energy program

TWO DEVELOPERS with plans to build solar arrays over parking lots were the first to receive a new state financial incentive aimed at promoting renewable energy on already developed land. / COURTESY R.I. OFFICE OF ENERGY RESOURCES
WARWICK – Two solar developers with plans to build ground-mounted canopies over parking lots will be the first to benefit from a new state financial incentive. The projects, planned for East Providence and Cumberland, were among 26 commercial and large-scale solar farms approved for certificates of eligibility by the R.I. Public Utilities Commission on Wednesday.…

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