Developers: Putting Solar on ‘Disturbed’ Sites in R.I. is a Costly, Complicated Process

In recent interviews, about 10 Rhode Island renewable energy developers described the stratospheric costs and risks of building on sites described as “disturbed” or “compromised” or even “preferred.”

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Mayflower Wind Claims Effects of Buried Cable Under Sakonnet River Would be Minimal

The project is part of a proposed offshore wind facility in a leased area roughly 30 miles south of Martha’s Vineyard. The project would contain 149 positions for wind turbines and substations, and generate 2,400 megawatts of renewable energy — enough to power 800,000 New England homes.

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Portsmouth Calls Solar Array Shed; Says It Must Be Removed

The town of Portsmouth found this residential ground-mounted solar array on Sea Meadow Drive in violation of town ordinances.

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