New England Grid Operator Moves to Delay Reform of Rule Favoring Fossil Fuels

The minimum offer price rule makes it harder for subsidized renewables to compete in ISO New England’s capacity markets.

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Potential Risks of LPG Transport at Sea 3 Facility the Focus of Closing Arguments Before EFSB

Expanding Sea 3 Providence LLC’s liquid propane gas operations in the Port of Providence, linking it to rail access and adding six 90,000-gallon storage tanks would pose health and safety risks to the neighborhoods around the port, according to intervenors opposed to the fossil fuel project.

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Rhode Island PUC Approves Rate Increases to Fund Energy Programs

WARWICK, R.I. — Residents can expect to see a modest bump in their utility bills this year to support energy-efficiency programs. The Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission (PUC) recently approved […]

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