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Energy
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For much of my life, I loved the idea of nuclear power. The science was so cool, futuristic and complicated, the power plants so vast and majestic. more
Providence is one of 10 new cities that has joined the City Energy Project, a nationwide effort to cut climate pollution from buildings. more
State regulators on Thursday unanimously voted to suspend an application to build a gas-fired power plant in Burrillville, allowing the applicant 60 days to provide details on how it plans to cool the proposed facility. more
Schneider Electric and Deepwater Wind were honored for their leadership and contributions to the region’s clean energy economy at the Northeast Clean Energy Council and NECEC Institute’s ninth annual “Green Tie Gala” awards Tuesday night. more
Carlos DaCunha is senior vice president of middle market banking at Webster Bank. He specializes in commercial lending with a niche focus on the fishing and solar industries. more
Rhode Island maintained its rank as the fourth most energy-efficient state in the country, according to this year’s State Energy Efficiency Scorecard. more
The tiny state of Rhode Island is at a crossroad, facing major decisions on investing in fossil fuel infrastructure or turning sharply to renewable energy. more
A General Electric Co. unit and Citigroup Inc. provided tax equity financing to the U.S.’s first offshore wind farm, a 30-megawatt project recently completed in Rhode Island waters. more
Those interested in buying an electric vehicle can take advantage of a new group-purchasing program offered by the nonprofit Mass Energy Consumers Alliance and its sister organization in Rhode Island, People’s Power & Light. more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island fell 7 cents this week, and are at the lowest point locally since late April. In Massachusetts, gasoline prices dropped 3 cents, marking the lowest price there since mid-April, AAA Northeast said Tuesday. more
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