Senate Energy Infrastructure Commission Leaves Out Environmental Groups

The Rhode Island Senate commission studying electric and natural-gas infrastructure has 19 members but not one from an environmental group, despite the fact that transmission and distribution of natural gas through pipelines and related infrastructure pose considerable environmental and public-health risks.

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Rhode Island Works On Creating Right Mix of Renewable Energy

Rhode Island’s path to 100 percent renewable energy by 2030 is being cleared, but it’s not a simple, straight route, as numerous options need to be considered.

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Portsmouth Residents Want New Solar Ordinance Revised

PORTSMOUTH, R.I. — A new citizens group hopes to avert the solar sprawl and accompanying infighting that has plagued similar Rhode Island communities.

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